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Yeovilton (YEO / EGDY)
UK - England, July 17, 2014
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J-5005 (cn 1327/SFC005) The day after the Yeovilton airday, still plenty of types still to be seen and fences all gone!!
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Waddington (WTN / EGXW)
UK - England, July 5, 2014
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J-5005 (cn 1327/SFC005) Captain Julien 'Teddy’ Meister from Fliegerstaffel 17 based at Payerne is seen here commencing his display at the RAF Waddington Air Show.
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Meiringen (LSMM)
Switzerland, October 10, 2013
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J-5005 (cn 1327/SFC005) The Merinigen flugplatz is basically a village in a farming community with space set aide for the accommodation of fighter-bombers and helicopters. Two roads cross the main runway, and close to the flight-line is a hotel and a Nissan dealer. Security is maintained by military personnel with day-glow battens who gently direct spectators away from the sensitive areas. The fences are designed to keep cattle off the runway rather than as barriers to miscreants.
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