Prestwick photos Monday 06-03-06

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Hi All

Some photos from a trip to PIK

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I take it the JMC is still ongoing then ? :D

Nice shots !

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nice shots there mate love the herky birds nice mix of k and j models wonder if my uncle was there

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Great shots, may I ask what JMC is?

Chris

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Great shots, may I ask what JMC is?

Chris

jmc mate stands for JOINT MARITIME Course big exsersie that the royal navy holds up in scotish waters couple of times a year. One of the rare opertuintes for the royal navy to command other countrys units such as the USA. The americans have allways been good contrebuters they sent the enterprise up last year and she was under rn command. The herky birds are there to support the raf units taking part and to act as like MPAs or targets i think.

if im wrong please any one correct me

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Nice shots - always good to see something a bit different!

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Thanks for all your comments on my photos

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jmc mate stands for JOINT MARITIME Course big exsersie that the royal navy holds up in scotish waters couple of times a year. One of the rare opertuintes for the royal navy to command other countrys units such as the USA. The americans have allways been good contrebuters they sent the enterprise up last year and she was under rn command. The herky birds are there to support the raf units taking part and to act as like MPAs or targets i think.

if im wrong please any one correct me

Thanks for that mate.

Chris