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Email Autor Correction ID #1673414 / 22 Views
6-August-2021
AEE-319 Eagle view from the ATC tower of this Lama SA315 that arrives at "La Balbina" after participating in the rehearsal of the commemorative air parade of the Independence of Ecuador. (more of AEE-319)
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4-September-2021
D-BADA The starboard main gear has already touched the rwy 08R. (more of D-BADA)
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20-December-2011
IN455 Flying over Mumbai harbour in the morning with IN483 bringing up the rear. The antenna fit differs between the two Chetaks, which are different in color as well. These Chetaks are from INAS 321 "Angels" based at INS Shikra. Formed in 1969, the Angels have saved many lives, living up to their motto “We Dare, You Survive”. Designated a Fleet Support Squadron, its Chetaks are detached for SAR and liaison duties to ships and stations as required. (more of IN455)
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31-August-2021
T7-TFC Takeoff from runway 05. (more of T7-TFC)
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31-August-2021
T7-TFC Resting on the ramp. (more of T7-TFC)
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19-November-2021
D-CGGG About to land on runway 05 inbound from Tenerife - Sur (GCTS/TFS) as JCL3. (more of D-CGGG)
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6-February-2016
IN431 Flying off Ramakrishna Beach. Alouette IIIs were ordered by the Indian Navy in 1962 but were requisitioned by the IAF during the Sino-Indian War. The Navy received its Alouette IIIs in 1964 and these formed a flight aboard INS Vikrant. Later, INAS 321 Angels was formed in 1969 and its Chetaks have been detached for SAR and liaison duties to ships and stations as required. A Chetak flight also served in Antarctica. At the time of this photo, the type had completed nearly 52 years in naval service. (more of IN431)