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Email Autor Correction ID #1613758 / 122 Views
4-July-2011
The 2521 m. runway of Erding airbase seen from above after departing MUC for BLQ on I-ADJN. Formerly a Luftwaffe training field prior to and during World War II, it was taken over by the USAF from 1945-1957, after which it was returned to the Luftwaffe. Fliegerhorst Erding ceased to be a front line fighter airbase and became home in 2002 to the 1st Air Force Maintenance Regiment (LwInsthRgt 1) providing technical and logistical support.
Email Autor Correction ID #668392 / 151 Views
5-September-2007
XX306 That's how to park the planes. All exactly in one row. [Nikon D80, AF-S VR 70-300mm] (more of XX306)
Email Autor Correction ID #668384 / 146 Views
5-September-2007
XX264 Splitting the formating for the landing at Erding for fuel stop. [Nikon D80, AF-S VR 70-300mm] (more of XX264)
Email Autor Correction ID #546284 / 756 Views
19-July-2006
D-AICJ you can see Erding Airport (ETSE). (more of D-AICJ)
Email Autor Correction ID #489162 / 221 Views
20-May-2006
83+09 hot detail of this beauty colors (more of 83+09)
Email Autor Correction ID #488549 / 234 Views
20-May-2006
83+09 This "Marine" Lynx has plenty of special markings on it - a luchs. A super paint-job and the star of this spotter-day. (more of 83+09)
Email Autor Correction ID #488525 / 433 Views
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6-May-1978
80+73 Assigned to MFG 5 for SAR duties. a/c based at Kiel (more of 80+73)
Email Autor Correction ID #428120 / 341 Views
-May-1978
D-9564 The third ill-fated German VTOL development was planned as a subsonic strike/reconnaissance a/c to replace the Fiat G.91 (more of D-9564)
Email Autor Correction ID #428106 / 265 Views
-May-1978
D-9518 Another ill-fated development for the German Air Force, the concept for a supersonic interceptor as replacement for the F-104G (more of D-9518)