NATO Tiger Meet 2016, It's over
And with the setting of the sun on Thursday evening the 15 national flag's of the participating squadrons , and host nation where lowered again.
This ment that NATO Tiger Meet 2016 was over. 2 weeks of hard work have left a mark on all. with just under 1000 sorties flown, It's was huge, the biggest Tiger meet in our 55 year history.
And something that unfortunately will not be surpassed any time soon. Our future hosts have only limited ramp space available, but than again, where will you find another base like Zaragoza with it's impressively large southern apron.