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AC - Beauvechain

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Country: Belgium    Region: prov de Brabant Wallon

Locale: Beauvechain

Latitude: 50° 45' 0" N     Longitude: 4° 46' 0" E

Area use / Military Branches: Multiple unites

   
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Beauvechain, Quartier base Lieutenant-colonel aviateur Charles Roman

- 1 Wing, Currently 1 Wing is operating Agusta A-109s and has a strength of appx 1200 personnel. Historical:
1947. After WW2. 160 Spitfire wing activated with 3 sqns (349, 350 and 10).
1948. Reassigned 1 Dayfighter wing
1951. Reassigned 1 Fighter wing with arrival of 11 sqn - a nightfighter unit (Mosquitos NF 30 and Meteors NF11).
1955. Beauvechain airbase renamed " Base aérienne Charles Roman ".
1957. OCU Hawker Hunter F-4.
1958. OCU CF-100 Canuck reassigned 1 Allweather wing.
1960. OCU RF-84F Thunderstreak.
1964. OCU F-104G Starfighter.
1979. OCU F-16A Falcon.
1996.1 Wing dissolved; aircraft devided between Florennes and Kleine Brogel. 1 Wing reassigned training wing with Alpha Jets.
- Centre de Compétence de la Composante Air flying SF260N/D
- Aviation Safety Directorate
- Meteo wing

1 Wing http://www.mil.be/fr/unites/1-wing
CCA http://www.mil.be/fr/unites/centre-de-competence-air
ASD http://www.mil.be/fr/unites/aviation-safety-directorate
Meteo Wing http://www.mil.be/fr/unites/meteo-wing

Hawker Hunter http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/fhunter.aspx
F-104 Starfighter http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/ff104.aspx
F-16A Falcon http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/ff16a.aspx
Dornier Alpha Jet http://www.combataircraft.com/aircraft/talphajet.aspx

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