• Where in the World Feature 127

    Thomas Pedersen submitted Feature #126 which is the closed Military Base at Vaerlose (Vaerlose - EKVL). In Danish the name is, "Flyvestation Vaerlose". It is also affectionately nicknamed Vejrstation Flyvelose, literally translated it means Weatherstation Flightloose. The "Store Flyvedag" WAS next planned to occur on 22-Aug-20 -- maybe next year.

    Where In The World 126 - Vaerlose EKVL

    Where In The World 126 - Vaerlose EKVL

    Those who nailed it:

    Steve Morley
    Scott Carpenter
    Melo Scanlon
    Ulf Kristoffersson
    Bob Bina
    Thomas Oftedal
    Joe Graf
    Dieter Mennecke

    Wrong locations (without names):

    • East Durham, New York
    • Wittman Regional, Oshkosh, WI
    • Cheb Airport (LKCB), Czech

    This would logically bring us to feature number 127. I look forward to seeing the MSFS 2020 photos! This feature is submitted by Joe Graf who offers us to recall the "Battle of the Bulge" and some interesting World War 2 tactics that played out nearby. He notes that Kampfgruppe Peiper was advancing on this town which (there were military reasons too) was famous for its waters?

    Where In The World 127

    Where In The World 127 - real world     Where In The World 127 - FSX

    Where in the World is this "Spa"?

    Send guesses and future suggestions to: [email protected]

    Ron Blehm
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