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  • SA342L1 4213/CWQ marked '111' during Gulf War in 1991.

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    • I wonder if any of you guys can shed some light on these 'nose-stars' which can be seen on some UK mil Gazelle pics? I mean, what was the reason for such markings? We already discussed this topic but no (plausible) explanation given.





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      • Savoia
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        Yes, discussed before. I thought someone mentioned that these were markings for when senior Army personnel were carried aboard?

      • Zishelix
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        Ok, thanks!



    • SA341F over Mont-Saint-Michel (Photo: Philippe Maufrey)

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      • Savoia
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        Nice one Zis! πŸ‘



    • ALAT Gazelle sling loaded on a CH-47 during Operation Barkhane, Chad in May 2020.

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      • SA342M's as seen during 'Exercise Manticore' in Auriac-Lagast, France on 20th September 2022 (Photos by JosΓ© Torres)

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        • Anybody able to help about ID of this Gazelle airframe?



          https://www.republicain-lorrain.fr/d...eil-est-en-vol

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          • Savoia
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            We need to ask the fire crew at Phalsbourg to read the data plate!

          • Fabrice
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            No need for that... it is sn1071

          • Zishelix
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            Merci beaucoup, Fabrice!



        • SA341G(S) G-EHUP (1407) as seen at Duxford in 2002 (Photo by Stuart Mitchell)

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          • Classic Gazelle livery SA341G N505NM c/n 1408 in 2009, NFI

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            • Savoia
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              Classic indeed, belissimo Zis! πŸ‘Œ



          • SA341G F-BVVU c/n 1142 starring in 'Le faux-cul’ movie (English tittle β€˜The Phoney’) filmed in 1975.



            The same bird as seen (below) at Paris Issy-Le-Moulineaux in May 1975 (Photo: Mick Bajcar)



            This Gazelle had an accident in May 1982 and was probably w/o. Does anybody know what actually happened with it?

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            • Savoia
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              '𝑫𝒐𝒆𝒔 π’‚π’π’šπ’ƒπ’π’…π’š π’Œπ’π’π’˜ π’˜π’‰π’‚π’• π’‚π’„π’•π’–π’‚π’π’π’š 𝒉𝒂𝒑𝒑𝒆𝒏𝒆𝒅 π’˜π’Šπ’•π’‰ π’Šπ’•?' β€” Perhaps XB has an idea, or maybe knows someone who could find out?



          • Gazelle Display Team Formation Flying

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