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The latest edition provides full details of more than 60,000 aircraft and some 6,000 commercial and government operators worldwide. There is a wealth of data on each aircraft down to individual registration/serial number.
Also new for this year are Hexcodes for individual aircraft, this will replace the Selcal field.
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Convair F-102 Delta Dagger c/n 8-10-269, painted to resemble USAF F-102 with serial number 56-1032 of the 32nd TFS that served at Soesterberg AB in The Netherlands, photographed at the Military Aviation Museum near the former air base on 11 April 2012. The shape of the nose with the long antenna sensor makes the aircraft resemble a Narwal toothwhale with its long tusk (see the link to a Narwal image below). The aircraft is actually the F-102 with serial number 56-1052, acquired by the Dutch museum from the Greek air force.
Related links in this EnoAeroPics media gallery:
Images of the second Battle of the noses
Images of the first Battle of the noses
See more images of Dutch Military Aviation Museum aircraft
Website of the Dutch Military Aviation Museum (MLM)
Image of a Narwal
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