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Axalp 2017

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Axalp Firepower Demo - Swiss Air Force Live Shooting Exercise 2017
Where? Axalp - Ebenflug Shooting Range, Switzerland
When?October 2017

The Axalp 2017 Firepower presentation of the Swiss Air Force at the Ebenfluh range was blessed this year with splendid weather throughout the week. Apart from shooting demonstrations with the F/A-18 Hornet and the F-5E Tiger II the Swiss Air Force did also perform flying demonstration with the Cougar and EC635 helicopters as well as the Pilatus PC-21 advanced trainer aircraft.

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LTG61 Penzing Farewell

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Penzing LTG61 - Mach's guad Transall - C-160 Fly-Out
Where? Landsberg/Lech, Penzing Airfield, Germany
When? June / September 2017

The „Tag der Bundeswehr“ became a regular event to promote the German Armed Forces. Held on a Saturday usually around the second week-end in June several locations all around Germany open their doors to present the different tasks of the Bundeswehr to the public. This also includes the Luftwaffe. After last year’s major location Neuburg in 2017 once again Southern Germany did host one of the major Luftwaffe events. The Lufttransportgeschwader 61 (LTG61 at Penzing has been chosen as Luftwaffe’s main location of festivities. Unfortunately this fell together with a sad event that is just on the doorstep of this tradition-rich wing.

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O-1E Bird Dog

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Cessna O-1 Bird Dog air-air photography
Where? Hahnweide, Germany
When? September 2016

Flying low over the jungle on tree top level the exploits of the Cessna O-1E Bird Dog in South East Asia are legendary. However, this venerable warbird is maybe one of the lesser known and unglamorous aircraft types flown during the Vietnam War, being manned by USAF and South Vietnamese pilots. Nevertheless some of the Bird Dog’s relive a renaissance today, as they are a cheap and affordable warbird, and a joy to fly!

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