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Photo ID: 2351339
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Westland WG-13 Super Lynx Mk88A
Nordholz / Sea-Airport Cuxhaven/Nordholz (FCN / ETMN)
Germany, January 25, 2013
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8307 (cn 421) Obviously a very rare photomotive! This is the first pircture here as MK88a. For a long time it was uses as a test-helicopter at Donauworth. Originaly with cn258, after rebulding as a MK88a now cn421. That day the Lynx was blocking my final for Nordholz-Spieka (EDXN) and I asked the tower to move them out of my final. After moving some meters to the south I was able to pass them and had also the chance to took this pic. Behind the side-window you can see the operator observing me.
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Photo ID: 0409653
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Westland WG-13 Lynx Mk88
Culdrose (EGDR)
UK - England, July 26, 1997
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8307 (cn 258) Beautiful nose art on this Lynx of MFG3 in the static display at the Air Day.
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Germany - Army
Vertol (VFW) H-21C Shawnee (44)
Detmold (ETUD)
Germany, September 4, 1971
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8307 (cn WG7) This heli of the German Army (Heer) in Niedermendig took part in a flying display on the occasion of an open-day of the British Army Air Corps. The H-21 (nickname "Flying Banana") was the predecessor of the CH-53G as a heavy transport helicopter in the German Army.
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