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  Royal Museum of the Armed Forces
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Text:

Michael E. Fader

Pictures:

Andreas Herzog, Michael E. Fader

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Royal Museum of the Armed Forces
Jubelpark 3
B-1000 Brussels
Di bis So von 9 -12 h & 13-16:45 h
http://www.klm-mra.be 
Tel.: +32 (0) 2 737 78 33
Fax: +32 (0) 2 737 78 02

The Military History Museum in Brussels is without doubt one of the better ones in Europe. The exhibition is really very comprehensive, but sometimes not in best condition.The entire museum is covered and thus retains the exhibits from corrosion. The museum is dedicated to the military history of Belgium and in addition to the aircraft collection so many other exhibits. The spectrum ranges from the antique weapons up to a modern tank. 

Useful information’s for visitors: The Museum is located next to the arch at Jobelpark and is easily accessible by car. There are enough parking spaces available. Photography is allowed, but without a tripod and flash. In the hangar, it is usually bright enough. In Belgium, shops, museums etc. closed from 12pm till 1pm. This counts also for the museum. The aviation-hangar will be open all day.

   

Militärhistorisches Museum in Brüssel (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

The great hall (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

The great hall (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

The great hall (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Belgian Air Force

   

Westland Sea King RS-01 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Sikorsky Seahorse OT + ZKF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Airspeed Oxford #016 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

   

Airspeed Oxford #016 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

North American T-6 Texan H +21 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

General Dynamics F-16A Falcon FA-01 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Stampe et Vertongen SV-4 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

 

Percival Pembroke RM-4 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Douglas C-47 Dakota K-16 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Gloster Meteor F Mk.4 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Gloster Meteor F Mk.4 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

 

Republic F-84E Thunderjet 3R - E

Republic F-84E Thunderjet 3R - E

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak and RF-84F Thundersflash (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Republic F-84F Thunderstreak FU-30 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

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Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star FT-34 

De Havilland Mosquito MB-24 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Lockheed F-104G Starfigher (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

 

Fouga Magister MT-24 (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Douglas B-26 Invader (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Fairey Battle (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Fairey Battle (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Air Forces of the World

 

Mc Donnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II USAF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Bristol Sycamore RAF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Yak-11 Czech Air Force  (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Mig 27 Russian AIr Force (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

 

Dassault Ouragon Armeé de l'Air (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Daussault Mirage F1 Armeé de l'Air (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader) North American F-86F Sabre, Miles Magister RAF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)
 
 

Bristol Blenheim RAF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Gloster Meteror NF Mk.13 Armeé de l'Air (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

Hawker Hurricane RAF (Picture courtesy Michael E. Fader)

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