"Blue Tail Flies" are part of the 86th AW at Ramstein AB, Germany; belongs to the 3rd Air Force. They've been flying C-130s since October 1966 after being activated at Langley AFB, VA under the 316th TCW. In October 1975 they moved to Pope AFB, NC assigned to the 317 TAW. In October 1977, the 37th moved to Rhein-Main AB, GE and the 435th TAW. In 1994, they transferred to their present home at R...
Ramstein Castle (chateau du Ramstein also known as "Le Ramstein") is a ruined castle in the commune of Scherwiller, in the Bas-Rhin département of France. Its name is probably derived from the German Ram (crow) and Stein (stone) and signifies 'rock of the crow'.
Ramstein Castle is built on the same crest as the Ortenbourg Castle. Standing at an altitude of 384 m, it is dominated ...
Historical Airplane at the Airport Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany. Its a Douglas DC-3/C 47, a so called Rosinenbomber. During the blockade of Berlin in 1948/1949, those planes supplied with an airlift from West-Germany the City of Berlin. Today you can go with this plane on sightseeing flights.
A small general aviation (CIRRUS SR-20) crashed in the Belaire Condominiums at East 72nd & York Avenue in New York City.
Onboard was the Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flight instructor, which was both killed in the accident.
27.03.1977 two-plane collision at Tenerife North Airport, Canary Islands (Spain).
Two Boeing 747s (PanAm and KLM) collided in thick fog on the runway after an unauthorized takeoff by the KLM jet. At this largest aircraft crash in the aerial history (except the attacks on the 11th September), a total of 583 people died.
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