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|German Transall transport aircraft lined up on base at Wunstorf (LTG 62)||08/23/2006||404|
|The Transall C-160 (often C.160 or simply Transall) is a military transport aircraft developed by Transall, a consortium of French and German aircraft manufacturers. It was initially developed to meet the requirements for a modern cargo aircraft for the French and German Air Forces; export sales were also made to South Africa and to Turkey, as well as a small number to civilian operators.|
|The Transport Allianz Transall C-160 is a military transport aircraft developed by a consortium of French and German aircraft manufacturers for the air forces of those two nations and that of South Africa. The name Transall comes from the contraction of Transport Allianz.||08/02/2007||785|
|The file shows an Aerospatiale C-160 Transall of the German Luftwaffe on departure from Manching Airport. Several other airplanes can be found at the site. The Eurofighter is also tested and produced at Manching Airport.||08/08/2005||450|
|This is a military used Airbase in the German Eifel mountains. The Jabo33 stays there with many Tornados. On top of that the Americans stay there with over 20 atom bombs.||07/31/2005||918|
|Hard to find, but you can see the shadow of this fighter.||04/24/2008||770|
|This is the area of the former German Airbase Hopsten.|
In December 2005 the Base closed... At least it was the
Home of the Jagdgeschwader 72 with Phantom F4F-Planes.
Now there is silence...
|The fighter is from the 1st Fighter Wing based at the airbase. The wing has three squadrons equipped with the F-5A/B/E/F and KF-5F. ||10/15/2007||712|
|This air base saw heavy fights during Opeation Overlord. Build in 1937, it was conquered in June 1940 by the Wehrmacht and becaom ethe home base of a German bomber squadron.|
Actually Carpiquet air base should had been taken during D-Day, but the Allies didn't succeed. Canadian forces attacked the airfield on 04.07.1944 (Operation WIndsor). It was finally taken by 08.07.44.
|In 1939 the Belgian government decided to built a military airbase near Chièvres. The preparatory work starting at the end of the same year.|
After the German invasion of Belgium on May 10 1940, the Germans occupied the area on May 19 1940 and install the JG 26; that will remain until early June.
In June 1940 started the construction of the buildings of the German airbase.
|Airbase with Plane and a lot of air-raid shelter||07/22/2005||1,563|
|The freight train in this file you see twice. Just south of the danish-german border and approaching Tinglev.||01/05/2008||473|
|German Airforce Museum Gatow||09/14/2005||318|