ACTUALITE Aéronautique

Bonjour,

J'ai plusieurs retour sur des mauvais fonctionnement pour la messagerie interne.
De mon expérience, la cause principale est la saturation de la boite (vous avez une limite de 200 en boite de réception, / boite d'envoi / éléments envoyés / corbeille
Pour être en capacité de recevoir des messages il vous faut qu'il y ait de la place dans votre boite de réception, pensez donc à faire le ménage
Pour être en capacité d'envoyer des messages, il faut que que vos éléments envoyés ne sont pas saturés
Pas le peine de compter les messages, le compteur en pourcentage marche bien

Enfin, si votre message reste bloqué dans la boite d'envoi il est probable que sont destinataire ait une boite pleine... un petit message en clair dans le forum, genre "ta boite semble saturée" peut aider à remettre les choses en ordre

Merci
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Boeing C17

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c.foussa
Whisky Quebec

Re: Boeing C17

Message par c.foussa le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 14:00

Illustration avec les 2 logos sur la dérive: SAC et Papa du nom de la base aérienne hongroise où sont situés le SAC et les 3 C 17.




Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Boeing C17

Message par Beochien le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 14:19

De wikip ...

History[edit]

The Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC) concept originated at NATO HQ in mid-2006. NATO officials and national representatives envisaged a partnered solution that would satisfy a need for strategic airlift for member states without the economic resources to field a permanent capability. Originally this idea was called the NATO Strategic Airlift Capability (NSAC). In October 2006 the first non-NATO nation joined the initiative and the concept changed its name to the SAC and moved outside the Alliance.
On 23 September 2008 the 12 nations established the Strategic Airlift Capability by signing the SAC Memorandum of Understanding.
On 14 July 2009, Strategic Airlift Capability received its first C-17 aircraft, bearing the registration SAC 01. The remaining two aircraft, SAC 02 and 03, were delivered in the following months and operations with the Heavy Airlift Wing started immediately thereafter at Pápa Air Base.
In November 2012 the Heavy Airlift Wing achieved Full Operational Capability (FOC). The unit was then considered fully capable of missions containing air refueling, single ship airdrop, assault landings, all-weather operations day or night into low-to-medium-threat environments, limited aeromedical evacuation operations and utilizing C-17 air-land and air-drop mission capabilities.[1]

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Boeing C17

Message par Beochien le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 14:22

De wikip ...
Peut être neufs en .... 2009 ?

History[edit]

The Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC) concept originated at NATO HQ in mid-2006. NATO officials and national representatives envisaged a partnered solution that would satisfy a need for strategic airlift for member states without the economic resources to field a permanent capability. Originally this idea was called the NATO Strategic Airlift Capability (NSAC). In October 2006 the first non-NATO nation joined the initiative and the concept changed its name to the SAC and moved outside the Alliance.
On 23 September 2008 the 12 nations established the Strategic Airlift Capability by signing the SAC Memorandum of Understanding.
On 14 July 2009, Strategic Airlift Capability received its first C-17 aircraft, bearing the registration SAC 01. The remaining two aircraft, SAC 02 and 03, were delivered in the following months and operations with the Heavy Airlift Wing started immediately thereafter at Pápa Air Base.
In November 2012 the Heavy Airlift Wing achieved Full Operational Capability (FOC). The unit was then considered fully capable of missions containing air refueling, single ship airdrop, assault landings, all-weather operations day or night into low-to-medium-threat environments, limited aeromedical evacuation operations and utilizing C-17 air-land and air-drop mission capabilities.[1]

Membership[edit]

Member states are NATO members Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and the United States of America, and Partnership for Peace countries Finland and Sweden.
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c.foussa
Whisky Quebec

Re: Boeing C17

Message par c.foussa le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 16:28

Beochien a écrit:De wikip ...
Peut être neufs en .... 2009 ?

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Oui mais malheureusement le lien que j'ai donné vers Mc Chord museum ne marche pas. On y parlait et voyait les départs de Long Beach en 2009.

Je retente le coup, et au cas où cela ne marche pas, recherchez avec Mc Chord air museum Papa NATO



[url=http://www.mcchordairmuseum.org/REV B OUR HISTORY GLOBEMASTER TAILS NATO.htm]http://www.mcchordairmuseum.org/REV%20B%20OUR%20HISTORY%20%20GLOBEMASTER%20TAILS%20NATO.htm[/url]
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Jeannot
Whisky Quebec

Re: Boeing C17

Message par Jeannot le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 16:42

[url=http://www.mcchordairmuseum.org/REV B OUR HISTORY ACFT C-17.htm]http://www.mcchordairmuseum.org/REV%20B%20OUR%20HISTORY%20ACFT%20C-17.htm[/url]

Under an agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense and NAMA, 2 C-17s would be purchased from Boeing, while a third would be provided by the USAF. The aircraft would be assigned to SAC's Heavy Airlift Wing and jointly operated by the nations from Pápa Air Base, Hungary. Each participating nation would pay for a portion of a C-17, giving each country a  share in a pooled fleet. The 12 nations participating in the SAC Program are Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden and the United States
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c.foussa
Whisky Quebec

Re: Boeing C17

Message par c.foussa le Mar 31 Juil 2018 - 17:54

Merci Jeannot !

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