QRA aircraft coming back from tiger scramble.
Formerly owned by the Spanish Air Force and now preserved at Wittmund as part of the collection of vintage aircraft there. She has been modified and repainted as a BF-109F
One of the Skyhawks based at Wittmund providing aerial target services for the Germany Air Force.
Vacating RWY26 after the last training mission of the week. She looks like new with the fresh paint.
Preserved inside the JG-71 barracks.
Preserved near the flight line inside the Air Base wearing the "Hopsten Phlyout" scheme.
Phantom Phlyout JG-74 scheme.
Note the tail of 38+37 in the background showing Spooky as part of the "JG-74 Phantom Fly-out" special scheme.
JA-106 is a fake registration. Actual registration while in service was 01+06. Now preserved at Wittmund Air Base.
The German Air Force' "50 years Phantom" special scheme. Note the flags of the countries that still fly the F-4 Phantom on the tail and the Rhino on the fuselage created by the multiple use of the... (more)