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Email Autor Correction ID #1150078 / 87 Views
25-April-2012
101 A small logo on left side of the nose indicates that this plane is upgraded to Barak (Lightning) 2020, Exhibited for 64th Israel Independence Day. (more of 101)
Email Autor Correction ID #1150075 / 89 Views
25-April-2012
101 Upgraded to Barak (Lightning) 2020, Exhibited for 64th Israel Independence Day. (more of 101)
Email Autor Correction ID #1149214 / 95 Views
25-April-2012
101 Upgraded to Barak (Lightning) 2020, Exhibited for 64th Israel Independence Day. (more of 101)
Email Autor Correction ID #1136835 / 132 Views
25-April-2012
041 The plane from 109 Squadron at LLRD crashed on May 3, 2005 on the runway during landing. The jet sustained severe damage. Although the damage was extensive and it seemed the airframe was a write-off, it was deemed repairable. Finally, after six years of work, the aircraft was repaired. The airframe was taken apart completely and all broken parts repaired or replaced. Now the pale fl ies again. On tail is the logo of Air Maintenance Unit #22 by whom the repair was done. (more of 041)
Email Autor Correction ID #1136278 / 71 Views
25-April-2012
041 The plane from 109 Squadron at LLRD crashed on May 3, 2005 on the runway during landing. The jet sustained severe damage. Although the damage was extensive and it seemed the airframe was a write-off, it was deemed repairable. Finally, after six years of work, the aircraft was repaired. The airframe was taken apart completely and all broken parts repaired or replaced. Now the pale flies again. Repair was made by Air Maintenance Unit #22. (more of 041)
Email Autor Correction ID #1136274 / 211 Views
25-April-2012
041 The plane from 109 Squadron at LLRD crashed on May 3, 2005 on the runway during landing. The jet sustained severe damage. Although the damage was extensive and it seemed the airframe was a write-off, it was deemed repairable. Finally, after six years of work, the aircraft was repaired. The airframe was taken apart completely and all broken parts repaired or replaced. Now the pale flies again. On tail is the logo of Air Maintenance Unit #22 by whom the repair was done. (more of 041)
Email Autor Correction ID #936137 / 135 Views
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