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    #21
    Barbados ??? a surprise !! ;http://forum.keypublishing.com/showt...etro-Barbados-!

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      #22
      Good Analysis

      Kervyn - my compliments - very good analysis in such a short time - you must be a big enthusiast like me

      I have been informed by AFM in another forum that the misisng country roundels is due to "no aircraft" in those countries

      Can you point out what is wrong with the roundels of ; Angola, Seychelles, Montngro ?

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        For Roundels of the World: http://www.drareg.nl/Markeringen/index.html or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/481843655359127/

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          #24
          Thanks Gerard - this is very useful

          On a diff note - this is like manna from heaven -

          Military Aircraft Insignia of the World: Volume 1: A-K

          check it out - the long awaited second edition from John Cochrane

          http://www.amazon.co.uk/Military-Air...=john+cochrane

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            #25
            ONE MORE LINK

            From the publishers Crecy -

            http://www.crecy.co.uk/military-airc...world-volume-1

            it will be good if folks interested in roundels can drop a mail to Crecy querying on the release date of the same

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              #26
              COMMENTS/ "no aircraft" ?

              I have been informed by AFM in another forum that the misisng country roundels is due to "no aircraft" in those countries
              Well... it's NOT really true ;

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              .................................................. ...................Gambia Su-25 (& other ones) ;Click image for larger version

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              .................................................. ................... Liberia ; http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:...ce_Roundel.svg (i have a good 'paper' pic of a Cessna 208 with that marking: on request )

              see on airliners.net for the other missing ones ; Iceland Coast Guard ; # 1548527 ( + many other ones)

              .................................................. ...............; Luxemburg ; (oldie !); # 2282709
              .................................................. ...............................& Lux/NATO ; # 2090653

              ...................................the newest country ; South Sudan ,; see post # 165 in ;http://forum.keypublishing.com/showt...hread-15/page6

              I've made an error in my post # 18, sorry ; I counted twice 'Liberia'.... ( Liberia WAS a 'mini' A/F...)



              Yes, Krishna, I'm also a big enthusiast ..

              friendly, Etienne
              Last edited by KERVYN; 23rd August 2013, 12:56.

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                #27
                More info here http://www.drareg.nl/Markeringen/index.html
                Last edited by Gerard; 23rd August 2013, 13:29.
                For Roundels of the World: http://www.drareg.nl/Markeringen/index.html or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/481843655359127/

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                  #28
                  thanks, Gerard, all the 'missing' & historic A/F are ALSO in your excellent site !!

                  (for Krishna ; Cape Verde = Kaapverdi )

                  friendly, Etienne

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                    #29
                    Originally posted by KERVYN View Post
                    thanks, Gerard, all the 'missing' & historic A/F are ALSO in your excellent site !!

                    (for Krishna ; Cape Verde = Kaapverdi )

                    friendly, Etienne
                    Kervyn and Gerard - you've been very helpful - many thanks

                    one more query - did the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) have any airforce roundels - been unable to locate this - this is one more to add to historic A/F list

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                      #30
                      see the CORRECTIVE version of my post # 18 !! >> 167 Air Forces !

                      friendly, Etienne

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                        #31
                        TAMIL TIGERS

                        at first, I have to tell they NOT were/are a real country... (as for Abkhazia...)

                        indeed, they had some Zlin-143's... but without markings;( i've found only wreck views in camo-schemes...)

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                        friendly, Etienne

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                          #32
                          Thanks Kervyn = i thought as much that there was no logo

                          In my recent trip to the famous Waterstones in London - found a very nostalgic book - Big Book of Flight


                          http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/0593070313/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending


                          it had 4 pages on defunct roundels which was quite interesting - Perhaps Gerard will expand his excellent web cite and put more text into it

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                            #33
                            Historic Air Forces

                            Sorry, Krishna, but I don't succeed to open the URL of your book

                            In Gerard' website, you also have an interesting page of such ones , ; click on the last in the title ; 'oud' (=old)

                            and in THE wikipedia list ;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._and_movements

                            friendly, Etienne

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                              #34
                              Originally posted by KERVYN View Post
                              Sorry, Krishna, but I don't succeed to open the URL of your book

                              In Gerard' website, you also have an interesting page of such ones , ; click on the last in the title ; 'oud' (=old)

                              and in THE wikipedia list ;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._and_movements

                              friendly, Etienne
                              The new Website will look like this: http://www.drareg.nl/ROTWweb/index.html
                              see "last update " for tje pages which are uploaded. It will take a very long time to complete it all. Sorry for that.
                              For Roundels of the World: http://www.drareg.nl/Markeringen/index.html or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/481843655359127/

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                                #35
                                Originally posted by KERVYN View Post
                                Sorry, Krishna, but I don't succeed to open the URL of your book

                                In Gerard' website, you also have an interesting page of such ones , ; click on the last in the title ; 'oud' (=old)

                                and in THE wikipedia list ;http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._and_movements

                                friendly, Etienne

                                Kervyn - no prob - send me your email id - i will scan the pages and send them to you if that helps

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                                  #36
                                  Originally posted by Gerard View Post
                                  The new Website will look like this: http://www.drareg.nl/ROTWweb/index.html
                                  see "last update " for tje pages which are uploaded. It will take a very long time to complete it all. Sorry for that.
                                  Gerard - the english version is very welcome - some amount of text will be even more appealing
                                  Last edited by Krishna_j; 24th August 2013, 17:49. Reason: spelling

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                                    #37
                                    Kervyn - no prob - send me your email id
                                    No problem; click on my name ; >> send Email, & you can do it straight...

                                    my first name is Etienne ,, friendly

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                                      #38
                                      Sierra Leone... (post 158 in Small A/F thread #16..)

                                      One more 'historic' A/F ???
                                      Sierra Leone ....
                                      thanks for your pics, Greg...
                                      their Puma seems to be a military one, BUT when was taken that picture ? (photo # 220109... in which site ??)

                                      I'm afraid the SLAF is now an HISTORIC one ; found in Wikipedia (last modified on 25 May 2013) :

                                      The Republic of Sierra Leone Air Force was merged with the other services to form the RSL Armed Forces from 2002. Sierra Leone has a very small air component with a limited offensive capability. The status of its equipment is unknown, but the aircraft are not operable

                                      to deduct from THE AFM poster ?? ??

                                      friendly, Etienne

                                      meanwhile..... see the post # 164 ! with thanks to Archangelski...!


                                      and post # 168 !!!!!
                                      Last edited by KERVYN; 26th August 2013, 07:39. Reason: serious change !!

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                                        #39
                                        Hi Etienne

                                        just heard that the new version of John Cochrane's book on Roundels of the world will be released as a single volume by Crecy instead of the split 2 volume planned

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                                          #40
                                          Thanks for the info !! ,.............. and ;
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                                          But my main 'roundel' problem was - & remains - 'a' Chad one !! see posts 757 & 768 in :http://forum.keypublishing.com/showt...read-16/page26

                                          friendly, Etienne

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