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F+W EMMEN Vampire (N23105) - Vampire Aviation’s DeHavilland DH.115 (N23105) performs a low pass at KNKT @ MCAS Cherry Point Airshow 05/05/2018
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F+W EMMEN Vampire (N23105)


Vampire Aviation’s DeHavilland DH.115 (N23105) performs a low pass at KNKT @ MCAS Cherry Point Airshow 05/05/2018


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Paul Wisgerhof
Oh come on! The panel correctly identifies the A/C as a DeHavilland Vampire. Why does the banner claim it is a Beech King Air?
James R. Miles
Another A/C ID mistake which seems to be happening just about everyday. Your credibility is diminishing by the day. A pure jet can't possibly be a King Air prop-jet.
Greg Byington
Chris, I'm not sure how the ICAO code for a King Air made it in there, but if you - the contributor - change the Aircraft Type field/box at the bottom of the page to: VAMP and then save it, that should fix it. I hope. FA does some strange things sometimes. And nice shot, eh!
Daniel Rytz
ex Swiss Air Force U-1222, C/N 982
Larry Horton
Liked the old King Air better 😂
William Camp
I wouldn't like to get bit by this vampire!
NighthawkCPPhoto Uploader
Thanks for the help on the aircraft type. Apparently others have tagged N23105 as a King Air for some reason and when I didn't choose anything FA auto-assigned it? I could not find the proper way to tag is so appreciate the help!
Leon Kay
Thank you for a very nice photo of a nice aircraft. We have one based at our local Air Force base in Pretoria, South Africa. It is maintained by a group of elderly volunteers in their spare time.
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