Old 13th May 2014, 13:36
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Lonewolf_50
 
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The UK Airprox Board, which investigates near-misses, concluded both planes had the right to be flying.
Of course, as the were both operating according to the laws of physics, subset aerodynamics.

As to the C-130 and the parachutists and the whinging ... I'd be interested to know what actually went down, as opposed to what was in the paper. I seem to recall that there was a NATO STANAG about drop zones and temporary special use air space, also one about training ranges.
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