hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

Postby Router on Sat 05 Feb 2011, 8:22 pm

During the Combined Joint Personnel Recovery Course Standardisation (CJPRSC) 2010 was a hot refueling exercise on the airfield Donauwörth- Genderkingen.
Involved were one HH-3F Pelican, one SH-3H Sea King and two Gazelle attack helicopters.
During the entire exercise, flew a Tornado from Lechfeld air surveillance.

waiting for the helicopters…
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here they come
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HH-3F Pelican
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The Gazelle swirl up the dirt
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doorgunner secures the area
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ready for refueling
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both machines are fueled
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secure …
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enter…
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and all quickly gone
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Hope you like it.
Greetings to all...

Alex
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Re: hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

Postby Arthur Tee on Sat 05 Feb 2011, 9:01 pm

Alex - cracking shots! :clap:

Arthur
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Re: hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

Postby Chucky on Sun 06 Feb 2011, 2:35 pm

Nice set mate !
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Re: hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

Postby GME-AirFoto on Mon 07 Feb 2011, 6:19 pm

Nice photos Alex. Good memories, much better weather like today and lot´s of fun in these days.
My personal favourite one of this great event:
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Re: hot refueling during CJPRSC 2010 (large post)

Postby flynavy on Tue 08 Feb 2011, 6:56 pm

I'm just loving those sea king shots,
just like our Royal Navy ones (we had) like that, well like our bagies,
so nice to see these still,
I think the Eygptians are (were, beofre the present crises) :ninja: having theire Sea Kings refitted in the US so they work for such more years, umm maybe with the SAR privatisation fiassco, we would do the same with our 771 Sqn. and RAF SAR seakings? :tongue:

Thanks for such great photos!!
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