airplanenut
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Aircraft Identification

Sat Nov 10, 2001 5:41 am

Hi,

I shot these at the Israeli Air Force Museum in 2000, and wanted to know what they were (I have established that they are planes). I think I might be able to tweak them to a good quality (this was poor scan and no editing).

http://airplanenut.digitalrice.com/av/unidentified.JPG

Thanks,

Jeremy
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Sukhoi
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RE: Aircraft Identification

Sat Nov 10, 2001 5:57 am

Top one is a Boeing Stratocruiser thingy  Wink/being sarcastic

Middle from the right:

DH Venom, DH Vampire, looks like the IAF Spitfire on the ramp a couple of Mirage III's with a Phantom behind not sure what 119 (Facing away) is?? 60/096 looks like some kind of Mystere? 212 is a Fouga Magister

Bottom one is a IAI Kfir C1

Military types are not my bag really so somebody will tell you the truth Big grin

Regards

Paul
 
airplanenut
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RE: Aircraft Identification

Sat Nov 10, 2001 5:59 am

That was fast! Thanks... now I can think about scanning them for real!

Jeremy
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Skymonster
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RE: Aircraft Identification

Sat Nov 10, 2001 6:51 am

Top one is a Boeing Stratocruiser thingy

Heathen...  Smile/happy/getting dizzy Boeing C-97 if you please! There's no Boeing 377 Stratocruisers left in the world, sadly.

Middle pic... The Mysteres 60/096 are both Super Mystere B2, and 119 (or whatever it is) facing away is a Sud Est Vautour.

Andy
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DutchAir
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RE: Aircraft Identification

Sat Nov 10, 2001 8:39 am

Hi Jeremy,

You can also check the militairy databases of
Scramble (http://www.scramble.nl).
(Don't worry about the ".nl" the page is in English...)
You can search in many ways, like for Serial, Code, a/c type or Unit.
They also give nice Air Force overviews, with photos etc.

I use it very often and I'm always surprised about all the info on that website.

Succes,

Miguel Snoep
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airplanenut
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RE: Aircraft Identification

Sun Nov 11, 2001 2:13 pm

Thanks for all of your help! I just uploaded the shots and gave you credit for your help in the shot with all of the planes (like 5...).

Here are the shots:

http://airliners.net/addphotos/big/boeingC-97.jpg
http://airliners.net/addphotos/big/dh-112-2.JPG
http://airliners.net/addphotos/big/c1.JPG

Thanks,

Jeremy
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