Air International 2016-07
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H.-P. Grolleau - Skyhawks over Wittmund /Military/
The DA Defence A-4 Skyhawks at Wittmund are fitted most of the time with an instrumentation pod used to record the mission data for debriefing purposes.
DA Defence Skyhawks are painted in different schemes to simulate a wide array of threats.
Skyhawks are literally split into two for maintenance during a Phase A check. The Skyhawk is an extremely tough aircraft which will prove very hard to replace.
A Luftwaffe EF2000 lands behind a pair of A-4s. DA Defence spends 1,030 of its 1,200 annual flying hours supporting the German Eurofighters.
With its airbrakes extended, this DA Defence Skyhawk slowly taxies out on to runway 26 at Wittmund.
DA Defence pilot Raimund 'Lendi' Lendermann throws his Skyhawk in a tight turn during a fight against Eurofighters.
A Luftwaffe EF2000 lands behind a pair of A-4s. DA Defence spends 1,030 of its 1,200 annual flying hours supporting the German Eurofighters.