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Stuka Sticker?

Postby Thundershot » 14 May 2016 19:09

Hi folks,

Cleaning up a :cobra: Ferret one of the stickers looked familiar ..
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.. so I had a quick look in my photo albums & found this:
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The Ju.87.'Stuka', in the Hendon museum, has a very similar tank painted on it's nose:
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Granted it's not %100 the same but it's darn close.

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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby paul463 » 14 May 2016 20:49

Clearly the inspiration for the Ferret sticker, cracking Stuka photo. When was this taken?
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby Thundershot » 14 May 2016 21:33

Hi Paul.

Cheers :-) These were taken back in 2012, it's probably changed a good deal since then.
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby paul463 » 14 May 2016 21:38

It was 2011 when I was there last.
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby Chopper » 14 May 2016 22:26

What markings are on the F-4? RAF?

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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby paul463 » 15 May 2016 06:51

It's 56 sqn the fire birds.
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby Chopper » 15 May 2016 13:43

I can't see the roundels, low vis? Many, many moons ago there was an ANZUS exercise in Ohakea, NZ. Not far from me. Anyway, I heard an unfamiliar noise so raced out to the porch overlooking the valley to see. It was an RAAF F4 scooting past at low level. Burnt into my head that image is. I was used to A4's and Bluntys.
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby paul463 » 15 May 2016 21:33

Roundels only on the wings in that scheme, they all had fancy squadron markings under the cockpit.
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Re: Stuka Sticker?

Postby Chopper » 16 May 2016 00:40

End of the cold war era, I guess.
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