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  • Stelio Frati
    of the Siai Marchetti SF 260 he did the design of many other Italian aircraft Genial designer Stelio Frati was also a man full of sensibility and kidness He gave his support to our team during the realisation of our book Marchetti Agile Penguins in Belgian Skies without any restriction In one word the aeronautical world has lost a great man SBAP team present their condolences to his family and

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/marchetti/frati/frati.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • ST33 Baby Swallow
    readers Bernard Capelle made a flying model of the ST33 Based on the MANTUA kit Bernard did a magnificent realization in the new Swallows colors He did also a complete overview of this model in the well known MRA magazine specialized in flying models Baby Swallow is flying enjoy the ST33 overview The early years and the first camouflage Coll Leo Spiessens Used by the Swallows SBAP archives At Goetsenhoven

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/marchetti/st33/st33.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Red Devils 2011
    and he conducted also different exercices in United Kingdom France and Germany In 2008 he completed the Air Force Flying Instructor course in Beauvechain and became Flight instructor at 5th Squadron In 2009 he became SF 260 test pilot Stef totalize 1700 flight hours and this is his first year as demonstration pilot RED 3 Cpt Albert Al Baltus ST03 Al joined the Belgian Air Force in 1999 and got his wings three years later in 2002 In 2003 he was graduate F 16 and ffected the the 350 Squadron of Florennes air base Till 2006 he took part to differentexecices in the USA Canada United Kingdom nd Turkey In 2005 he participate to the operation eastern eagle in Afghanistan for the ISAF In 2006 he completed the Flying Instructor course on Alpha Jet in Tours air base France an becameinstructor for the Advanced Jet Training School AJETS In 2010 he was back in Belgium and became SF 260 instructor at 5th Squadron Al totalize 2100 flight hours and this is his first year ad demonstration pilot RED 4 Lt Olivier Mel Gilson ST23 Mel joined the Army in 1993 as non commissioned officer NCO and in 1994 he served with the Belgian Explosive Ordinance Disposal EOD In 1995 he attended the Army Pilot course and got his wings in 1997 He became an anti tank pilot on A109BA and flew also the Alouette II as liaison pilot Between 1997 and 2007 he was deployed to the Balkan for Peace keeping operations and participate also at numerous exercices in the Unitaed Kingdom Germany France Denmark Norway Czech Republic and Benin In 2008 he cmpleted the Flying Instructor course in Beauvecahain and became intructor at 5th Squadron Mel totalize 2850 flight hours and this is his second year as demonstration pilot The paint scheme The painting of the Marchetti s is respecting the scheme wearied before by the Fouga Magister behalf the specific shark mouth of the SF 260 s This was decided to keep a part of the Italian trainer and 1st training Wing specificity Left side with the Beligian lion Right side with the Red Devils logo Upper side Under side Detail on the Belgian lion logo Detail of the Red Devils logo note the SF 260 s replacing the prvious Fouga Name and position of the pilot on the fuselage under the windshield The national coulours on the tail The white nose cowl the specific sharkmouth of the Belgian sf 260 s The training The four pilots are instructors from the 5th Squadron The training for the demonstrations is done in parallel to their main function Every training begin withe the briefing This is a discussion over the coming flight and all the points are developed to make a perfect training After the training flight the four pilots held a debriefing to underline the good or bad sequences of the flight This is very important to bring each time the needed amelioration and on final to present a

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/marchetti/red_devils/red_devils.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Red Devils in the age of props
    made a brilliant performance appreciated by the thousand airshow visitors and the French authorities bluffed by the high quality of the demonstration Self the members of the Patrouille de France were impressed by the performance of the four Belgian pilots and their Siai Marchetti SF 260 If you want to see them in action don t miss the international airshow of Florennes the 23rd and 24th of June Good job guys it is always a pleasure to admire your performances On the way to La Ferté Alais Peter Creces with COA IPR allowance Impecable formation Peter Creces with COA IPR allowance The past and the present Peter Creces with COA IPR allowance Above wonderfull landscape Peter Creces with COA IPR allowance The Red Devils between old flying machine Technicians are preparing the afternoon demonstration Posing for their first 2012 airshow at La Ferté Alais Another red plane why not On taxi Papy as leader and the wingmen are following A sunny presentation Papy at take off Mag as number 2 Al as number 3 and Stef as number 4 Box formation End of a clover leaf Looping in box formation Our national Red Devils in the blue sky of France

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/marchetti/redferte/redferte.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Red Devils@ Valenciennes
    we propose a complete photographic overview of the show Hopefully you will appreciate to discover the other side of a display We would like to thanks all the team pilots and technicians for their kindness and availability during this report And also to have protected our photo material in their van during the generous and very wet rain shower Belgian coulours in France Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin A visit to the Rafale team with a tag result see Valenciennes airshow page Laurent Cuvelier Refueling hard work to get at the pump Laurent Cuvelier Some of the shadown men Peter Creces Airframe and Landing gear donw right Johan Devos Airframe and Landing gear above left Serge Jacob Electronics above right Danny Wouters Engine down left Bram Louage Electronics and Avionics picture bellow first left Steven Paulissen Electronics and Avionics not present Valenciennes Luc Dujardin The technical team Luc Dujardin Going to the planes Laurent Cuvelier The concentration could be seen Laurent Cuvelier Luc Dujardin Turn around Laurent Cuvelier N 1 Cdt Alain Papy Collard Laurent Cuvelier Laurent Cuvelier Laurent Cuvelier Waiting with the chute Laurent Cuvelier Technic and pilot the key of success Laurent Cuvelier Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin N 2 Lt Steve Mag Malburny Luc Dujardin Complicity Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Tip thank check Luc Dujardin N 3 Cdt Albert Al Baltus Luc Dujardin Some administration Serge Van Heertum Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Looking at the heavy rain coming soon Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum N 4 Lt Stefaan Stef Braem Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Ready to go on planes and for the technician the start up drill Serge Van Heertum Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Stars and straps Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Luc Dujardin Laurent Cuvelier Laurent Cuvelier Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Luc Dujardin Luc Dujardin Laurent Cuvelier Laurent Cuvelier Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Awaiting the start up Luc Dujardin Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum And here we go Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Perfect drill Serge Van Heertum Awaiting the taxi Serge Van Heertum But the control request to postpone the display Laurent Cuvelier Start up again the rain shower is over Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum On taxi Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Take off Serge Van Heertum Pull up for the first clover leaf Serge Van Heertum Going down Serge Van Heertum In box formation Serge Van Heertum Coming front Serge Van Heertum Pull up for the second clover leaf Serge Van Heertum on the top Serge Van Heertum And going down Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Swan formation Serge Van Heertum Pull up for a looping Serge Van Heertum on the top Serge Van Heertum and going down for a left turn Serge Van Heertum

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/marchetti/redvalen/redvalen.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Belgian National Day 2013
    Pictures Serge Van Heertum sbap 2013 The shadow man and PR Fifi Hello Leader good show National Day main Homepage

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/events/2013/026natday2013/026natday2013_reds.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Sanicole Airshow 2013
    Heertum Serge Van Heertum Laurent Cuvelier Laurent Cuvelier Serge Van Heertum Laurent Cuvelier Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum Serge Van Heertum

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/events/2013/038sanicole2013/038sanicole2013_red.htm (2016-04-30)
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  • Royal Air Force Museum Hendon
    hours This was the first true flight from the Hendon site London Aerodrome Grahame White created a new company the Grahame White Aviation Company taking control of more than 200 acres 0 81 km2 of Colindale and converting it into what could be recognized as a proper modern airfield The first occupants were Horatio Barber s Aeronautical Syndicate Ltd and the Bleriot flying school From 9 to 16 September 1911 the first official UK airmail was flown between Hendon and Windsor as part of the celebrations of the coronation of King George V Many flying school established at Hendon In 1912 the first Aerial Derby started and ended at Hendon An estimated three million people turned out across London forming a human ring around the race circuit to see the aviators fly round the metropolis An estimated two million of these Londoners had never seen an aircraft in flight before At Hendon Aerodrome at least 45 000 people paid for admission to the enclosures These annual events became as important as the Ascot and Epsom races during the London Season By 1925 100 000 people were coming to see the display and it was so popular that there was talk of having to spread it over a few days The first fatality at Hendon reported in The Times in May 1911 was Bernard Benson aged 23 On 25 May 1911 he fell 100 feet 30 m from an ASL Valkyrie Another view of the airfield in the early years A number of flying schools were located at Hendon including Grahame White s and another established in 1914 by the American aviator George Beatty in partnership with Handley Page Ltd In November 1916 the War Office commandeered the flying schools after which the aerodrome trained 490 pilots Claude Grahame White and other members of the Royal Naval Air Service RNAS mounted a night defense of London in 1915 constituting the very first aerial defense of London After World War I the first RAF Pageant was held at Hendon in 1920 and it soon became a regular event known from 1925 as the Royal Air Force Display and in 1938 as the Empire Air Day The Aerodrome was briefly active during the Battle of Britain but for most of World War II the Aerodrome was mainly used for transport activities and flying dignitaries to and from London RAF Hendon had three crossed runways with magnetic headings of QDM 339 3975 x 150 feet QDM 280 3000 x 150 feet QDM 014 3060 x 150 feet These runways were removed by 1969 Manufacturing at Hendon Production of airplanes was one of the features of the aerodrome s activities under Grahame White During the First World War production increased rapidly To facilitate the transportation of the 3 500 workers and materials The Midland Railway built a spur from the embanked main line with a platform close to the main line and a loop around the airfield to the plant It had been Claude Grahame

    Original URL path: http://www.sbap.be/museum/hendon/hendon.htm (2016-04-30)
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