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Hi Mish. Thanks for the linkes. Also the following..

SAM Westland Lynx all variants. October 2002 a special reprint of the article in the mag for that month.

Queens Colour Fly Past. John Hale in SMI December 1991.

Farewell 839 NAS. John Hale SMI February 1994

Jack of all Trades. Air International November 2009

Lynx in Battledress. Air International April 1990

Flying 'Bootnecks'. Air Forces Monthly No, 196

SAM Aircraft in Detail Westlasnd Lynx, issue unknown.

Colin

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Just been looking around the net. for inspiration. Airliners.net have 2070 pics to view. Then Prime Portal.net has three walkrounds Lynx HAS2 FN, an AH9 and Mk7.

Colin

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I have about 4 Gbs worth of pics of every version ever of Lynx! Including detailed stuff of engines, tails and other geeky stuff. Let me know if anyone wants something specific cos I'll prob have it.

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Heres a MS10 life raft, I know its says Fixed wing only but the outside is the same.

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Here is a picture I shot yesterday showing Lynx Mk. 90B S-181 during formation flying with S-170. As you can see there was a photographer aboard S-181 too.

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Jens

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Lovely shot mate. Your Lynx always look so evocative in that dark blue. It almost makes a naval version look attractive!

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Thanks. The navy version is attractive, even though the gloss paint can be a pain to photograph. ;)

Jens

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Having just returned from the 66th Multilateral Lynx Support Committee in Brasil I want to share this picture of a Brasilian Lynx Mk. 21A with you:

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Once I get sorted out I will process and upload more Brasilian Lynx pictures to my website.

Oh, and add a Brasilian Lynx to the Lynx-to-do list. ;)

Jens

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Having just returned from the 66th Multilateral Lynx Support Committee in Brasil

You git!! The furthest I got on Lynx meetings was bloody Somerset!!

Jealousy aside, cracking photos and I'll bet it was a fantastic run ashore, Jens.

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I have now uploaded some of my pictures of Brazilian Navy Lynx Mk. 21A to my website:

http://www.amarc.dk/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=26:helicopter-pictures&Itemid=31&layout=default

Jens

Nice pics there Jens, thanks for sharing then. Is that a seamine in the second pic atachedto the port weapons pylon?

Colin

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You git!! The furthest I got on Lynx meetings was bloody Somerset!!

Jealousy aside, cracking photos and I'll bet it was a fantastic run ashore, Jens.

Thanks.

It's a tough job but someone's gotta do it. ;)

That said, the Brits attending the conference apparently also brought the British weather. It was very interesting to see the Brazilian Lynx though.

Nice pics there Jens, thanks for sharing then. Is that a seamine in the second pic atachedto the port weapons pylon?

Colin

Thanks Colin.

The Lynx was armed with a Sea Skua and what I believe is a depth charge.

Jens

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Heres a MS10 life raft, I know its says Fixed wing only but the outside is the same.

IMG_0523.jpg

The lynx has an MS5 fitted. i should know fitted one 2 weeks ago.

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