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ID: 1001425 Views: 719 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Aerospatiale SA316B Alouette III
Aircraft Reg: 202
MSN / CN: 1973

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 302 Sqn - Army Support Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: Military Helicopter
Location: Casement, Baldonnel (EIME)
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Irish Air Corps Family Day 1995
Date: 1995
Photographer
Frank Grealish
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Large Picture Comments: 4 helicopters lined up at Baldonnel during the family open day held in 1995.
ID: 1001426 Views: 805 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: Sligo (SXL / EISG)
Country: Ireland
Date: 8th May 2003
Photographer
Jon Devins
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Large Picture Comments: Sikorsky S61N "257" is pictured here at Sligo Airport on the 8th May 2003 the day after it arrived it's new home where it will shortly take over SAR duties in the North West from the Dauphin II based at Finner Camp, Co. Donegal.
ID: 1001427 Views: 1036 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: Casement, Baldonnel (EIME)
Country: Ireland
Date: 7th May 2003
Photographer
Airman Damien Faulkner
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Large Picture Comments: Airman Damien Faulkner took the photo from Dauphin 247, flown by Comdt Shane Bonner.

"On Weds 7 May 2003, the Air Corps' newest acquisition took to the skies over Baldonnel, using call sign Sierra Kilo 257. Previously registered as EI - CXS, the Sikorsky S-61's new colour scheme is an adaptation of its original Irish Coastguard one. The first flight, under the command of Comdt Tom O'Connor, was another step along the path of the Air Corps' ambition to perform medium range search and rescue (SAR) missions. It will continue to "work up" over the summer in Sligo Airport where it will be based, and later this year will eventually replace the Dauphin SAR service, currently operated out of Air Station Finner in Co Donegal. Of note on the S-61 is the one metre diameter Air Corps roundel and the tricolour on the nose, which are designed to distinguish it from the Irish Coastguard operated S-61s around the Irish airports." Comdt. Kevin Byrne
ID: 1001428 Views: 924 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: In Flight
Country: Ireland
Date: 7th May 2003
Photographer
Airman Damien Faulkner
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Large Picture Comments: Airman Damien Faulkner took the photo from Dauphin 247, flown by Comdt Shane Bonner.

"On Weds 7 May 2003, the Air Corps' newest acquisition took to the skies over Baldonnel, using call sign Sierra Kilo 257. Previously registered as EI - CXS, the Sikorsky S-61's new colour scheme is an adaptation of its original Irish Coastguard one. The first flight, under the command of Comdt Tom O'Connor, was another step along the path of the Air Corps' ambition to perform medium range search and rescue (SAR) missions. It will continue to "work up" over the summer in Sligo Airport where it will be based, and later this year will eventually replace the Dauphin SAR service, currently operated out of Air Station Finner in Co Donegal. Of note on the S-61 is the one metre diameter Air Corps roundel and the tricolour on the nose, which are designed to distinguish it from the Irish Coastguard operated S-61s around the Irish airports." Comdt. Kevin Byrne
ID: 1001429 Views: 852 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: In Flight
Country: Ireland
Date: 7th May 2003
Photographer
Airman Damien Faulkner
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Large Picture Comments: Airman Damien Faulkner took the photo from Dauphin 247, flown by Comdt Shane Bonner.

"On Weds 7 May 2003, the Air Corps' newest acquisition took to the skies over Baldonnel, using call sign Sierra Kilo 257. Previously registered as EI - CXS, the Sikorsky S-61's new colour scheme is an adaptation of its original Irish Coastguard one. The first flight, under the command of Comdt Tom O'Connor, was another step along the path of the Air Corps' ambition to perform medium range search and rescue (SAR) missions. It will continue to "work up" over the summer in Sligo Airport where it will be based, and later this year will eventually replace the Dauphin SAR service, currently operated out of Air Station Finner in Co Donegal. Of note on the S-61 is the one metre diameter Air Corps roundel and the tricolour on the nose, which are designed to distinguish it from the Irish Coastguard operated S-61s around the Irish airports." Comdt. Kevin Byrne
ID: 1001430 Views: 775 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: In Flight
Country: Ireland
Date: 7th May 2003
Photographer
Airman Damien Faulkner
Because there is no name or email address supplied with this picture you will have to contact Frank instead. Contact Frank
Large Picture Comments: Airman Damien Faulkner took the photo from Dauphin 247, flown by Comdt Shane Bonner.

"On Weds 7 May 2003, the Air Corps' newest acquisition took to the skies over Baldonnel, using call sign Sierra Kilo 257. Previously registered as EI - CXS, the Sikorsky S-61's new colour scheme is an adaptation of its original Irish Coastguard one. The first flight, under the command of Comdt Tom O'Connor, was another step along the path of the Air Corps' ambition to perform medium range search and rescue (SAR) missions. It will continue to "work up" over the summer in Sligo Airport where it will be based, and later this year will eventually replace the Dauphin SAR service, currently operated out of Air Station Finner in Co Donegal. Of note on the S-61 is the one metre diameter Air Corps roundel and the tricolour on the nose, which are designed to distinguish it from the Irish Coastguard operated S-61s around the Irish airports." Comdt. Kevin Byrne
ID: 1001431 Views: 733 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sikorsky S-61N
Aircraft Reg: 257
MSN / CN: 61816

Operator: Irish Air Corps
Unit / Wing: 301 Sqn - SAR Sqn / No 3 Operations Wing

Picture Category: SAR Helicopter
Location: In Flight
Country: Ireland
Date: 7th May 2003
Photographer
Airman Damien Faulkner
Because there is no name or email address supplied with this picture you will have to contact Frank instead. Contact Frank
Large Picture Comments: Airman Damien Faulkner took the photo from Dauphin 247, flown by Comdt Shane Bonner.

"On Weds 7 May 2003, the Air Corps' newest acquisition took to the skies over Baldonnel, using call sign Sierra Kilo 257. Previously registered as EI - CXS, the Sikorsky S-61's new colour scheme is an adaptation of its original Irish Coastguard one. The first flight, under the command of Comdt Tom O'Connor, was another step along the path of the Air Corps' ambition to perform medium range search and rescue (SAR) missions. It will continue to "work up" over the summer in Sligo Airport where it will be based, and later this year will eventually replace the Dauphin SAR service, currently operated out of Air Station Finner in Co Donegal. Of note on the S-61 is the one metre diameter Air Corps roundel and the tricolour on the nose, which are designed to distinguish it from the Irish Coastguard operated S-61s around the Irish airports." Comdt. Kevin Byrne
ID: 1001432 Views: 336 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: British Aerospace BAe Harrier GR.7
Aircraft Reg: -

Operator: Royal Air Force

Picture Category: Fighter
Location: Casement, Baldonnel (EIME)
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Air Spectacular 2000
Date: 18th June 2000
Photographer
Frank Grealish
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Large Picture Comments: This picture was taken at the Air Spectacular held at Baldonnel in 2000.
ID: 1001433 Views: 340 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: Sepecat Jaguar GR.3A
Aircraft Reg: -

Operator: Royal Air Force
Unit / Wing: 16(R) Squadron

Picture Category: Fighter
Location: Casement, Baldonnel (EIME)
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Air Spectacular 2000
Date: 18th June 2000
Photographer
Frank Grealish
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Large Picture Comments: This picture was taken at the Air Spectacular held at Baldonnel in 2000.
ID: 1001434 Views: 277 Aircraft Location & Date Correct Information



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Type: British Aerospace BAe Nimrod MR.1
Aircraft Reg: -

Operator: Royal Air Force

Picture Category: Maritime Patrol Aircraft
Location: Casement, Baldonnel (EIME)
Country: Ireland
Air Show: Air Spectacular 2000
Date: 18th June 2000
Photographer
Frank Grealish
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Large Picture Comments: This picture was taken at the Air Spectacular held at Baldonnel in 2000.
 
 

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