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Thunderstreaks.com | December 18, 2018

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Greece

AIRCRAFT WRECKS & RELICS (pictured 2011-today, excl. USA)

October 15, 2018 |

This gallery features pictures of aircraft that have been disposed of or preserved in one way or another; the airframes depicted here (gate-guards, monuments, eye-catchers, etc.) are photographed in the years 2011 onward. Airframes pictured in earlier years are in a separate gallery. Note that some of the aircraft portrayed here are no longer present at the given location.

W&R portrayed in the USA are dealt with in a separate gallery (also in this album “Preserved Aircraft”).

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F-84F of the Greek/Hellenic Air Force

April 20, 2018 |

This gallery deals with the Thunderstreaks that once flew with  the  Greek  Air Force. Most pictures were taken when Frank and Hans were invited to visit the Greek AFB Larissa to report on the Best Hit Meet in 1972: after a lot of asking we were allowed to picture some operational aircraft of 344 squadron that were based here at Larissa.

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Best Hit Weapons Meet 1972, Larissa, Greece

March 26, 2018 |

BEST HIT was a NATO competition in which the air forces of Italy, Greece and Turkey took part ( together with a joint “guest-team” assembled from USAFE´s 401 Tactical Fighter Wing ,Torrejon, Spain and  U.S. Navy squadrons VA-15 and VA-87 , while on deployment to the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt  in the Mediterranean Sea) Read More

Spotting Elsewhere

February 28, 2018 |

P1010723We travel a lot and keep on spotting airplanes; these pictures have been made in skies and airfields all over the globe, in more recent years.

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RF-84Fs of Greece (Hellenic Air Force)

October 24, 2012 |

Greece started receiving their first Thunderflashes in 1957, when 348 squadron (Mira) was formed at Larissa. The initial batch was augmented in 1964 by a number of ex Netherlands and German Air Force examples. In Greece the Thunderflashes were replaced by RF-4C Phantoms.

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