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Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior II
Medina - Medina Municipal (1G5)
USA - Ohio, July 10, 2013
Andrew Jones
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N3749M (cn 28-7816373) Severe weather moving in out of the south west. The storms produced hail, strong winds and dumped inches of rain in only a matter of an hour.

ID 40949 Views: 638
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Weather Phenomena
Airport Signage
Medina - Medina Municipal (1G5)
USA - Ohio, July 10, 2013
Andrew Jones
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None (cn None) Severe storms ripped through Medina, and supposedly a funnel cloud was spotted north of Medina. The water you see here is probably about three feet deep as the side of the taxiway that the sign sits on, slopes away and down.

ID 40822 Views: 603
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Canada - Canadian Armed Forces
Bell CH-146 Griffon
Sandusky - Griffing Sandusky Airport (SKY/KSKY)
USA - Ohio, July 10, 2013
Craig Maternowski
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146481 (cn 46481) The fourth CH-146 Griffon seen at Sandusky today.

ID 40821 Views: 580
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Canada - Canadian Armed Forces
Bell CH-146 Griffon
Sandusky - Griffing Sandusky Airport (SKY/KSKY)
USA - Ohio, July 10, 2013
Craig Maternowski
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146485 / 146490 (cn 46485) Griffons at Griffing! While driving past the airport I noticed 4 CH-146 Griffons (the Canadian version of the Bell 412) sitting there. From left to right are #146485 (c/n 46485), #146490 (c/n 46490), and #146462 (c/n 46462). They appear to belong to No. 427 Canadian Special Forces Aviation Squadron based at CFB Petawawa, Ontario. I also found it interesting that all four Griffons had a different paint job.

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