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  • ric loek
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    Airline: Japanese Air Force Flight: JF601 Aircraft: Boeing 767-2FK(ER) (B762) Reg: 87-3602 Hex: 87CC08

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  • ric loek
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    Airline: Royal Air Force Flight: NOH35 Aircraft: British Aerospace 125 CC3 (H25A) Reg: ZD703 Hex: 43C202

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  • LN-MOW
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    Now even the RCAF has been enrolled to bring home the Snowbirds from Florida ... ?

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  • LN-MOW
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    N980ST National Nuclear Security Administration Boeing 737-4B3 Combi .. headin' for some airbase in Oklahoma, probably ..

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  • ric loek
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    brazilian air force hercules c130h

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  • ric loek
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    Airline: USAF United States Air Force Aircraft: McDonnell Douglas C-17A Globemaster III Reg: 88-0265 Hex: AE07CB




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  • ric loek
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    Airline: French Air Force Aircraft: Lockheed C-130H-30 Hercules (C130) Reg: 5152



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  • ric loek
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    swiss air force



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  • ric loek
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    royal new zeeland air force


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  • ric loek
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    royal new zeeland air force

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  • (EGMH) MD-11
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  • Anmer
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    ZZ330 A332 MRTT performing as part of the flypast for HM the Queen's Trooping the Colour official birthday ceremony.

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  • Anmer
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    Royal Saudi Air Force C130 out of East Midlands.

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  • Anmer
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    Originally posted by JohnG View Post
    Why "allegedly". is there some doubt?
    Unless I'm satisfied that an aircraft's hex code has been definitely "tied up" with a particular aircraft make and registration, I think it's best to report it as "allegedly".

    Otherwise someone might read my post and assume it's a confirmed "sighting".

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  • JohnG
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    Originally posted by Anmer View Post
    Why "allegedly". is there some doubt?

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