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|This can only be a Harrier from RAF Cottesmore No.1 or No.4 squadron.||09/26/2007||901|
|Flying airplanes are hard to find. This one is a special find, because the flying airplane is *just* on top of an airport (Airport Bern, Switzerland, in fact) allowing you to compare the sizes of the airplanes on the ground with the one in the air. Furthermore, there is a visible condensation trail.||10/21/2005||918|
|"Bern" written on this hangar roof in..you guessed it..Bern.||03/06/2007||359|
|An RAF Harrier making a pass over its home base RAF Wittering, UK. Shadow can also be seen.||04/27/2006||311|
|A Harrier jump jet on guard at the gates of RAF Wittering near Peterborough, UK. ||02/28/2008||445|
|Picture shows stadium under construction!|
Name: STADE DE SUISSE Wankdorf Bern
First match: BSC YB - Olympique Marseille (July 16th, 2005)
Club: BSC Young Boys
USN Fighter Squadron VF-191, at NAS Oakland, CA.
USN Jet Training Squadron VT-23, at NAS Kingsville, TX.
7/1965: Sent to the AMARC bone yard.
10/1966: Sent to NARF Cherry Point, NC.
Currently on display in small fenced area beside US Highway 17 near Craven County Hospital, New Bern, NC.
|I found this plane.||09/25/2005||442|
|This is the official Airport of the swiss covernement in Bern. ||02/22/2006||316|
|Near Utzingen east of the Swiss capital Bern the Government Bunker (Berner Regierungsbunker) of Switzerland is located. It's hidden under a barn at a farm.|
Up to the end of the Cold War it was a secret where it was, but after the end of the Communist countries around 1990 it was revealed where it is.
After the end of the Cold War the Swiss Parliament has often deba...
|When you enter Copenhagen Airport by car from the highway you are welcomed by this piece of art.|
It's called De fire Vinde (The four Winds), symbolising the 4 winddirections. Each of the 4 figures are ring up their hands toward the wind.
It was made 1960 by the danish artist Henrik Starcke and is made of stainless Steel, Copper and enamel.
|I'm not good with planes, but this looks like a Harrier (or F-16) coming in for a landing at Buckley AFB, Colorado.||07/03/2006||651|