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Scramble Magazine  |  402 - November 2012  


This month's edition features specials about:

- Charles de Gaulle in PEAN 12.1
Late May 2012 the Charles de Gaulle Carrier Strike Group (CSG) started a “Periode Entrainement Aero Navale”, also called PEAN. This edition, PEAN 12.1, was a six-week advanced training period of the CSG. It was mainly aimed at maintaining the operational level of the battle staff from French Maritime Force (FRMARFOR) based in Toulon and all the units of the CSG. Peter ter Berg reports.

- CHARZ ‘Remont’ at Chuhuiv ARZ
Ukraine boasts a sizeable network of aviation rework facilities. In an exclusive article we zoom in on the Chuhuiv (Chuguyev) aircraft repair plant, its history, most important projects, current work, and future plans.

- Airfield Guides Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
For anyone who is planning a trip to Gran Canaria we have a full report one where to go and what can be seen.

- Picture-writing … Belem Monument
Monuments and statues are there to remind us all of a specific event in time. Be it a triumph of some sort or remembrance of a tragic occurrence. In Lisbon’s Belem quarter a large aircraft on a pedestal draws attention to an event that happened many decades ago. We have the story behind it

- Aviation Day 2012
The Dutch Aviation Society and Aviation Group Leeuwarden are proud to announce Aviation Day 2012. This event consists of the Dutch Spotters Championships plus an Air Fete, and all
this will take place on Saturday 17 November 2012 in event centre Merwestein in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands. Solve our puzzle to find out the name of the first speaker of Air Fete.

Our monthly returning topics:
- Movements and trips Netherlands, Belgium + Rest of the World, civil and military.
- The latest news, both civil and military.
- Updates on the world's aircraft fleets, civil and military.
- Aircraft mishaps in Dustpan and Brush.
- Wrecks & Relics.
- Warbirds.
- Scramble Intelligence Service.
- Triptease
- Showreports
Every month Scramble publishes up-to-date news regarding both civil and military aviation, aircraft mishaps, exercises, airshows, trip reports and wrecks & relics. Interesting articles covering a wide range of aviation related topics and eye-catching colourful photos make Scramble a must-have for the aviation enthusiast.
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Scramble Magazine   |   402 - November 2012   


This month's edition features specials about:

- Charles de Gaulle in PEAN 12.1
Late May 2012 the Charles de Gaulle Carrier Strike Group (CSG) started a “Periode Entrainement Aero Navale”, also called PEAN. This edition, PEAN 12.1, was a six-week advanced training period of the CSG. It was mainly aimed at maintaining the operational level of the battle staff from French Maritime Force (FRMARFOR) based in Toulon and all the units of the CSG. Peter ter Berg reports.

- CHARZ ‘Remont’ at Chuhuiv ARZ
Ukraine boasts a sizeable network of aviation rework facilities. In an exclusive article we zoom in on the Chuhuiv (Chuguyev) aircraft repair plant, its history, most important projects, current work, and future plans.

- Airfield Guides Las Palmas, Gran Canaria
For anyone who is planning a trip to Gran Canaria we have a full report one where to go and what can be seen.

- Picture-writing … Belem Monument
Monuments and statues are there to remind us all of a specific event in time. Be it a triumph of some sort or remembrance of a tragic occurrence. In Lisbon’s Belem quarter a large aircraft on a pedestal draws attention to an event that happened many decades ago. We have the story behind it

- Aviation Day 2012
The Dutch Aviation Society and Aviation Group Leeuwarden are proud to announce Aviation Day 2012. This event consists of the Dutch Spotters Championships plus an Air Fete, and all
this will take place on Saturday 17 November 2012 in event centre Merwestein in Nieuwegein, the Netherlands. Solve our puzzle to find out the name of the first speaker of Air Fete.

Our monthly returning topics:
- Movements and trips Netherlands, Belgium + Rest of the World, civil and military.
- The latest news, both civil and military.
- Updates on the world's aircraft fleets, civil and military.
- Aircraft mishaps in Dustpan and Brush.
- Wrecks & Relics.
- Warbirds.
- Scramble Intelligence Service.
- Triptease
- Showreports
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Scramble Magazine magazine print subscription.
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