Fleetlands today

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Fleetlands today

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nice selection on the field this afternoon, apologies for including a civil in a military post but it's fast becoming a mixed airfield


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Nice set not a easy place to get a gap in the bushes. Almost poped into today but decided to come back on the A3 insted :facepalm: :facepalm: .

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farnboroughrob wrote:Nice set not a easy place to get a gap in the bushes. Almost poped into today but decided to come back on the A3 insted :facepalm: :facepalm: .


If there any insiders perhaps they could go around with a strimmer.
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Great to see the Sea King :shock:
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Saw the Sea King fly over Clanfield heading towards Odiham but not return so wonder if it was off on delivery? Also will have to find that hole in the hedge as I have not been able to crack Fleetlands so far :-(

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midday Thursday, two seakings on the field, this one and the Heliworks one. Not a sight you'll see very often.
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I popped in a lunchtime and 18 Seaking was outside with XV666. 18 Flew before, and after I arrived. D2-EZN EC225 was seen yesterday.
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18 Sea King departing Lee-on-Solent today en route back to Fleetlands

Image03613 EGHF 30NOV17 18 by TERRY COOMBES, on Flickr

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Nice, lovely light today. Not sure how this gets away with no national markings when all the Westland helis have roundel and uk serial? There is talk of a ex RAF Rescue Seaking also being present for Pakistan?

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