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Be’er Sheva – Sunday 5th May 2019 (John Tomlinson)

The following three aircraft were noted in the Be’er Sheva area (Also spelt Beersheba, depending on your maps) 5th May 2019, as we were on our way to the Israeli Air Force Museum at Hatzerim.

However, as mentioned in an earlier mail, the museum was closed due to security reasons. We would return to the museum!

All the following aircraft are also in the Israeli Wrecks and Relics album: https://www.flickr.com/…/jlt_egcc74/albums/72157707121160011

Regards

John

Trip Airfield Albums https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/albums

Country Folders https://www.flickr.com/photos/jlt_egcc74/collections

Old scanned photographs at: https://www.flickr.com/…/jlt…/collections/72157676555557434/

Noted 0900hrs

Pole-mounted on roundabout outside IASF technical School.
Ex Israeli Air Force Museum, Hatzerim.
277 McDonnell-Douglas F-4E C/n 4505 Preserved
Co-ordinates: 31.25468254N 34.75683212E
Photograph at: https://www.flickr.com/…/478641…/in/album-72157707121160011/

Inside the base / entrance to the Technical school at Be’er Sheba
777 General Dynamics F-16A C/n 61-255 Preserved
Co-ordinates: 31.25405693N 34.75580215E
No Photograph here as it was inside a military base and we were driving past.

Displayed on a roundabout close to the museum, at Camp 664.
Previously instructional airframe at Holtz Technical College, in South Tel Aviv
705 IAI F-21A C/n Unknown Preserved
Co-ordinates: 31.24128532N 34.76796722E
Photograph at: https://www.flickr.com/…/478641…/in/album-72157707121160011/

Photo credit: John Tomlinson

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