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  • CMH : Ardennes Rescue
    minutes to reach the most remote point of its working area CMH ASBL is being run by a staff of 3 persons The medical team consists of 10 doctors and 9 nurses Doctors and nurses assure a round the clock watch while pilots are standby during 72 hours The Helicopter operated by CMH is the Eurocopter EC 145 cn 9083 registered OO NHB It is the property of Noordzee Helikopters Vlaanderen NHV helicopter operator society based at Oostende airport OO NHB entered into service by CMH at the end of 2006 The ship has 1900 flying hours The helicopter always flies with a crew of 1 pilot 1 doctor and 1 nurse The helicopter is in standby on a rolling platform placed on the parking area in front of the hangar The platform is moved by a car to pull or push the helicopter in or out the hangar OO NHB has always fuel enough for 3 scrambles Once scrambled by the 112 dispatching the crew is airborne within 2 or 3 minutes The helicopter is refuelled after each flight It can fly in the evening or by night and is equipped with a xenon search light Night Sun In the future the pilots will possibly use night vision goggles At the present time to land by night about a fourth of a football field has special lighting and with a sms code send by the helicopter crew the lights can be switched on On an average day the helicopter has to perform around 3 scrambles But in winter the bad weather limits the number of interventions In summer however it happens that there are upto 7 or 8 scrambles in a 24 hours period An average intervention takes between 40 minutes and 1 hour During the year 2010 OO

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  • Solar Impulse @ Brussels Airport
    way to pilot the Solar Impulse The next step is the construction of the HB SIB a bigger Solar Impulse with more room and more powerful This new plane is expected to fly in 2013 and will perform a world tour in five phases of five days each Feat born of a utopia and a successful technological achievement Solar Impulse also demonstrates that ecology and industry can and must go in the same direction Motivate themselves to something that seemed impossible yesterday this is the leitmotif of Bertrand Piccard T he European capital and Brussels Airport where again involved in a historical page of aviation Congratulations to Bertrand Picard his team and André Borschberg the driver of the Solar Impulse for this amazing 13 hours flight North of Brussels Airport during holding around 7 30 PM Approach of the runway 02 Solar Impule and a chase helicopter with SAR Prince Philippe of Belgium on board In short final impresive flying machine After 13 hours flight Brussels Close up on the fuselage and 10 ch engine The chase helicopter equiped with camera Congratulation Mister André Borschberg for this historical flight First interview of Bertrand Picard André Borschberg Guy Liesse The star of the night shortly after arrival Guy Liesse Solar Impulse moved in the hangar Guy Liesse Many technicians of the Solar Impylse team are needed to move the bird Guy Liesse The bird and the men Guy Liesse Close up on the pilot office Guy Liesse Bertrand Picard SAR Prince Philippe of Belgium André Borschberg with our national flag Guy Liesse Close up on one of the four 10 ch electrical engine Guy Liesse On S aturday May 28th the Solar Impulse plane kept in a hangar at Zaventem airport was presented to the pulic A unique opportunity to have

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  • USS INTREPID
    ship for some space missions like Mercury and Gemini space missions Because of her prominent role in battle the aircraft carrier was nicknamed the Fighting I The USS intrepid was decommissioned in 1974 and became the Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum in New York City in 1982 A needed restoration program was launched in 2006 and after being transferred to Bayonne naval works the aircraft carrier was refurbished and set back to it s place on the Hudson river on October 2 nd 2008 The second world war period Archives US Navy After the modernization Vietnam war period Archives US Navy USS INTREPID data s Builder Newport News Shipbuilding Laid down 1 December 1941 Launched 26 April 1943 Commissioned 16 August 1943 Decommissioned 15 March 1974 Reclassified CV to CVA 1 October 1952 CVA to CVS 31 March 1962 Struck 23 February 1982 Nickname Fighting I Fate Museum ship in New York City Class and type Essex class aircraft carrier Displacement 27 100 tons standard 36 380 tons full load Length 820 feet 250 m waterline 872 feet 266 m overall Beam 93 feet 28 m waterline 147 feet 6 inches 45 m overall Draft 28 feet 5 inches 8 66 m light 34 feet 2 inches 10 41 m full load Propulsion 8 boilers 565 psi 3 900 kPa 850 F 450 C 4 Westinghouse geared steam turbines 4 shafts 150 000 shp 110 MW Speed 3 3 knots 61 km h Range 20 000 nautical miles 37 000 km at 15 knots 28 km h C rew 2 600 officers and enlisted Armament 4 twin 5 inch 127 mm 38 caliber guns 4 single 5 inch 127 mm 38 caliber guns 8 quadruple 40 mm 56 caliber guns 46 single 20 mm 78 caliber guns Armor 2 5

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  • Operation Freedom Falcon
    and aircraft maintenance M arch 27 First Air to ground attack mission with 2 F 16 s on military installations bombarded with laser guided bombs and GPS while Mister Pieter De Crem M inister O f D efence was on visit to observe the operation s at Araxos airbase Mister Pieter De Crem Minister of defense Belgian Defense M arch 2 8 2 F 16 s ground attack mission Engagement against Lybian forces M arch 29 Tasks on offensive military installations including enemy airfields performed by 4 F 16 s The rules imposed by the United Nation Organisation and Belgian governement where succesfully followed Airfield attack a Lybian Air Force Sukhoi SU 22M 2 is completely detroyed Belgian Defense Lybian Air Force Sukhoi SU 22M 2 courtesy XAirforce net March 30 No fly and aircraft maintenance M arch 31 Air defence flights 2 x 2 F 16 s No armement used during the no fly zone patrol April 01 Air defence flights 2 F 16 s No armement used during the no fly zone patrol April 02 No fly and aircraft maintenance April 03 Air defence flights and air to grond patrol against civilian menaces 2 F 16 s No armement used during the no fly zone patrol Departure of No Fly Zone missions Belgian Defence April 04 Air to ground attack on Lybian anti aircraft positions with laser or GPS guided armement without colateral damage April 05 2 X 2 F 16 s mission of the day was canceled to avoid collateral damage Khadafi s troop had installed human shield around the designed target To avoid innocent victims the attack was aborded by the pilots and the F 16 s returned safely to Araxos air base April 06 Two air to ground attack Patrol One of the Belgian pair attacked Lybian piositions with laser or GPS guided armement without colateral damage April 07 One patrol mission 2 F 16 s looking for ground objectives but no armement engaged April 08 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives but no armement engaged April 09 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives but no armement engaged April 10 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives One of the pair used the armemnt Preparation for a ground attack mission Belgian Defence April 11 No fly and maintenance of the aircraft This was also the day of crew rotation 349 squadron way back to Belgium Takeover of detachement command by the 2 Wing Tac of Florennes air base Mix of pilots from 1st and 350 Squadrons During 349 Squadron period 60 missions are flown for a totl of 252 flight hours April 12 one patrol mission looking for ground objectives but no armement engaged April 13 one patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives but no armement engaged Preparation of the offensive armement Belgian Defence Pre flight turn around Belgian Defence April 14 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged April 15 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged April 16 Aircraft maintenance no missions April 17 One patrol mission 2 F 16 s looking for ground objectives No armement engaged April 18 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged April 19 One patrol mission 2 F 16 s looking for ground objectives No armement engaged April 20 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged Flight refueling isn needed to join the Lybian airspace from Araxos Belgian Defence A viper above Tripoli Belgian Defence April 21 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged and no incident or colateral damage April 22 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for one of the two pair April 23 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for one of the two pair April 24 No flight April 25 No flight April 26 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged April 27 No flight due to the bad weather conditions Arrival of new material Belgian Defence Preparation of the armement Belgian Defence April 28 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for one of the two pair and no incident April 29 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged April 30 No flight May 01 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for one of the two pair without colateral damage May 02 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage May 03 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for one of the two pair without colateral damage May 04 No informations Take off for the next mission Belgian Defence During the mission Belgian Defence May 05 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 06 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 07 No flight May 08 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 09 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 10 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 11 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged May 12 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 13 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair Since this Friday Belgian F 16 s have also been engaged in night operation raids on targets in Libya In only a week s time ten targets have been destroyed The Belgian defence minister Pieter De Crem CD V insists that the bombing raids are covered by UN Resolution 1973 Verification of the armement Belgian Defence Last checks before departure Belgian Defence May 14 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair engaged May 15 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair engaged May 16 No flight May 17 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged May 18 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged Full armed and ready for next mission Belgian Defence During air refueling on the way to Lybia 128 ARW May 19 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged May 20 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 21 No flight maintenance May 22 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 23 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for both pair May 24 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for both pair May 25 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair May 26 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged May 27 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for both pairs without colateral damage May 28 No flight maintenance May 29 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for both pairs without colateral damage May 30 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged May 31 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair Going to the plane for the next mission Michael Lesent Sunshine an F 16 is ready for a night mission Michael Lesent June 01 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged June 02 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged June 03 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair June 04 No flight maintenance June 05 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for both pairs without colateral damage June 06 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair June 07 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for both pairs without colateral damage June 06 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage June 09 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged June 10 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged for both pairs without colateral damage Belgian F 16 s engaged in the operation Freedom Falcon have accomplished a total of 1000 flight hours Belgian Defence June 11 No flight maintenance June 12 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage June 13 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged June 14 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage June 15 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged From June 16 to July 06 No infos July 07 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 08 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged by one of the pair without colateral damage July 09 No flight maintenance July 10 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 11 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 12 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 13 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage for one of the pair On taxi under the sun of Greece Michael Lesent Back from air interdiction mission Michael Lesent July 14 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 15 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 16 No flight maintenance July 17 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 18 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 19 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 20 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 21 No flight maintenance Armement handling Belgian Defence Toke off for air policy mission Belgian Defence July 22 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 23 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 24 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 25 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 26 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 27 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 28 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged July 29 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage July 30 No flight maintenance July 31 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged Araxos Belgian sector Belgian Defence August 01 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 02 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 03 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 04 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged August 05 No flight maintenance August 06 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage One of the mission was canceled due to the bad weather conditions August 07 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 08 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 09 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged August 10 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage Back to Araxos after the mission Belgian Defence Rearmement for the next air to ground mission Belgian Defence August 11 No flight maintenance August 13 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 14 One night patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Mission was canceled because no tanker available for the needed flight refueling August 15 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 16 One night patrol mission 4 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 17 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 18 One night patrol mission 4 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 19 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 20 No flight maintenance August 21 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 22 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged This date is already considered as the fall of the dictatorial regime of Mo u a m mar Kad h a f i after the entry of the rebels in Tripoli Belgian Defence published the following results 1880 flight hours 448 missions 365 bombs dropped on the Libyan territory Total cost of the operation 25 million euros including the mine hunters of the Navy August 23 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged August 24 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage Ready to go Belgian Defence During a day mission Belgian Defence August 25 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No Armement engaged August 26 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged August 27 No flight maintenance August 28 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged August 29 One patrol mission 4 F 16 looking for ground objectives During the flight to the war zone the mission was devided into two different patrol Armement engaged without colateral damage August 30 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage August 31 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 01 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 02 No flight maintenance September 03 One night patrol mission 4 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 04 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 05 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 06 Two night patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 07 One patrol mission 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives No Armement engaged Night mission Belgian Defence At sunshine Belgian Defence September 08 No flight maintenance September 09 One patrol mission 4 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 10 One patrol missions 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 11 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged September 12 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives No armement engaged September 13 Two patrol missions 2 F 16 each looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 14 One patrol missions 2 F 16 looking for ground objectives Armement engaged without colateral damage September 15 No flight maintenance September 16

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  • Intruder in Belgian Skies
    so two Agusta A 109 were scrambled to go if neccessary for an armed intervention When the A109 arrived at the scene the target was handed over from the SF 260 to the helicopters These latters again tried to establish contact with the intruder through radiocommunication means and even with instruction boards Still the pilot of the Cessna remained non compliant A warning burst with guns was made followed by a warning burst with flares what finally convinced the intruder to comply The Cessna was then escorted back to Beauvechain airbase by the A109 and SF 206 for a thorough check Luckily this was only an exercice set up to train intercepts with SF 260 and A109 as well as to perform handover of a target between the particpating aircraft As to optimise this training mission various scenario s were flown on the same day The SF 260 were provided by the 5 Sqn A109 by the 18 Sqn MRH both of Beauvechain airbase and the intruding Cessna 182 by the Air Support Unit of the Belgian Federal Police The slow flying aircraft was intercepted by a pair of SF 260 without compliancy The SF 260 are backed up by

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  • Back to Belarus
    of people again reached 170 000 inhabitants Nowadays there are about 380 000 people living in Vitebck No wonder that up to this date 26 th of June is a very important day and the liberation is commemorated with plenty of parades and festivities As in the complete former Soviet Union a huge amount of memorials were constructed with big monuments and parks and numerous statues in their typical Soviet bombastic style The big war monument can be found on the memorial site annex park Victory Square about 17 6 hectare in size The huge war monument with eternal fire was inaugurated in 1974 and is 56 meters high Last spring in the park next to the memorial different artillery pieces and tanks were added to the site as commemoration of the war Now as I was strolling through the city during a cold cold morning to my surprise I saw that they added some aircraft as permanent exhibition in the park Not immediately connected with the Great Patriotic War but remnants from the cold war era and altogether it shows that military history and nostalgia for old days is still nourished by the authorities of this republic A good photo opportunity as it was a nice day with good sunlight and beautiful combination of blue sky and white snow Three helicopters and one plane were given their final resting place between the trees of the park First helicopter is the Mil MI8 constructed in 1961 Several versions were created transport gunship civilian and they are still in use up to this day in different countries They were also used at the Tsjornobyl disaster to drop absorbing material in the burning reactor Second helicopter is the Mil MI24 a huge gunship nicknamed by the former Soviet military as the flying

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  • Minsk Airport
    flights with Brussels The airport has one runway with a length of 3640 meters Belavia is the Belarussian national air carrier with home base Minsk It s still a very young company that was founded in 1993 Prior to this date in the Soviet era Aeroflot was the national company throughout the complete union of Soviet States On the pictures are some Belarusian governmental planes visible namely a Yakovlev Yak 40 EW 88187 Boeing B 737 8EV BBJ2 EW 001PA and Tu154m EW 85815 P lane s from the airliner Ruby Star Airways a private enterprise founded in 2002 and from Trans Avia Export created in 1992 In total there a 4 airline companies active in Belarus and based at Minsk 2 intenational airport Belavia 6 x Boeing 737 500 3 x Boeing 737 300 4 x Canadair CRJ 100 200 LR 4 x Tupolev TU 154m Ruby Star Airways 2 x Antonov An 12BP 1 Ilyushin I l 76 TD Gomelavia 1 x Antonov An 12BP 3 x Antonov An 24RV Trans Avia Export Cargoline 8 x Ilyushin Il 76TD Many of the support vehicles fleet are old timers Close up on the Tupolev 154m EW 85703 A mix

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  • Fly to your dream 2011
    Component aircraft and pay a visit to a C 130H or a Seaking helicopter Again we could see that the F 16 Fighting Falcon remains the most fascinating aircraft of the Air Component for the young people certainly after the two demo attacks on the base by a Kleine Brogel and Florennes aircraft Some of the visitors also got the opportunity to make a flight in an Embraer a Seaking or an Agusta Certainly something unforgettable for them and who knows the start of a dynamic career In 2010 1200 jobs were open for all the Belgian Defence components together Those who are interested the inscription closure dates are March 31th may 4 th or June 30 th depending on the chosen specialities More information about the different jobs can be obtained in one of the 11 different information and recruitment centers of the defence or by calling the free number 0800 33348 This day at Beauvechain Air Base was of course fixed on the Air Component but other job days are foreseen in the other component of the defence as well More information and contact points can be found via the link http www mil be jobsite index asp LAN fr or http www mil be jobsite index asp LAN nl Survival stand A view on the different equipement Sea survival equipement The facination of the F 16 Forward air controllers vehicle and their sofisticated equipement Always a must for the young people the flight simulator F 16 pilot for a moment 80 UAV squadron with the B Hunter and the command post Some flights offered to the youngsters The sympatic cockpit crew of the Embraer 145 Coast angel the Westland Seaking Some are young but knows what they will do later Possibilities to talk with the pilots Why

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