Polish A2A

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Jujuman
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Polish A2A

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Hello all,

On Monday August 25th a KDC-10 of the Royal Netherlands Air Force was tasked to do some dry hook ups with 8 Polish F-16s in the Dora track.
This track is just south of Lask airbase. To my surprise not 8 but 14 F-16's turned up. The circumstances in the track were due to the late arrival on station, around 1730 not perfect, but I'm happy with the results.

Cheers, Fred

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Fred, Beautiful shots. VERY envious.

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Great set Fred! A case of being at the right time at the right place? :whistle:

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Very nice :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Looks challenging but very nice :smile:

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Nice fred, very nice....

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Yes, some nice shots - well done.
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Jujuman wrote:but I'm happy with the results


Should think so too! Not a bad one amongst them!!! :clap:

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Wow nothing wrong with these
just look at the angle and position these were taken
amazing and very lucky to be able to do it :clap: il just dream... :grin:
top stuff and thanks for sharing :topbombing:

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:drool:
Awsome shots mate! All of them are superb!
The Polish Vipers are the best looking around!!

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Second and the 2 last ones had me in Wow mode. :clap:

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Lovely stuff! Well done! :clap:

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