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Header Picture: What has to be the "Beast of the Year" at Cardiff "Spartan 704" USN/HSM-70 MH-60R 168132/AJ-704 currently deployed on board USS Gravely which will participate in exercise "Joint Warrior" in the coming weeks ..picture credit StuC

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Thursday, November 16, 2017

Log Thursday 16/11/2017

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 30

Parked on the GA apron is American-General AG-5B Tiger M-PHML 

Based Aircraft Movements
Residents active today: G-BFDI, G-OLIV, G-OPETG-WARO 

MOD St Athan Runway in use 25
Residents active today: G-BYVB, G-BYXDG-CILNG-HEOI (Police 32), G-OKLY 
Landing at 14:45 from ENGM/Oslo-Gardermoen is SAS9121 "Scandinavian 9121" B737 LN-TUD ..parking on the eCube apron
Picture credit StuC

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