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  • RAFRochford
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Feb 2006
    • 910

    Can anyone help identify this badge please?

    Hi all;

    As the title says, I need a little assistance identifying this badge..



    Bucker Jungman G-BFNE

    Is it simply a Bucker logo? I really don't have a clue!

    I have tried Google.

    Thanks in advance;

    Regards;
    Steve
  • Duggy
    Flight SIM Pilot
    • Mar 2012
    • 1132

    #2
    Looks like a German "Coat of Arms"
    LINK - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Germany

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    • RAFRochford
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Feb 2006
      • 910

      #3
      Hi Duggy!

      Thanks for the reply. I did wonder that too, so wondered if it was a coat of arms from Bucker's home town of Rangsdorf...but that drew a blank! It certainly looks like a coat of arms though...

      Regards;
      Steve

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      • wieesso
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Aug 2006
        • 1862

        #4
        It's from Spain CONSTRUCCIONES AERONAUTICAS S.A. CASA 1-131-E3B c/n 1129

        Spain, Ejercito del Aire s/n E.3B-148
        March 17, 1978, G-BFNE Jonathan Lipton, Northwood, Middlesex till July 18, 1984

        Guess this logo has nothing to do with Germany or Bcker!


        Martin
        Last edited by wieesso; 13th November 2014, 20:47.

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        • RAFRochford
          Rank 5 Registered User
          • Feb 2006
          • 910

          #5
          Martin;

          You absolute star!

          I didn't realise that G-BFNE was CASA built. Every caption I see for this aircraft says "Bucker"!

          Any idea where I might find a better image of this badge?

          Best regards;
          Steve

          Edit...Ah! I see...may not necessarily be a CASA badge...but just something Spanish?

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          • Duggy
            Flight SIM Pilot
            • Mar 2012
            • 1132

            #6
            Rangsdorf is in Brandenburg and the "Coat of Arms" (Wappen in German) is an Eagle.
            LINK - http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_d...in_Brandenburg
            That would be my 2 cents.
            Regards Duggy.

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            • Flying_Pencil
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Sep 2010
              • 737

              #7
              CASA built Bcker's under license.
              Last edited by Moggy C; 13th November 2014, 22:30. Reason: Unnecessary quote removed
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