The 321 Tigers were pleased and proud to host the "NATO Tiger Meet (NTM)
1998" at their home, Lechfeld Airbase, in Germany, from 15 to 24 June 1998.
For the official NTM 98 patch design, the tigeremblem was taken from the 321 squadron patch and combined with the well known "NATO star".
Tiger Meets were designed and are intended to bring NATO Tigers, flying crews as well as tech crews, together for the exchange of ideas and the practicing of tactics in full up professional flying. Besides of that, after duty and on the weekends, to get to know each other, and having a lot of fun, are further major key points of any Tiger Meet. To see an example of the complete schedule of a full Tiger Meet, switch to the presentation of the "NTM 2001 at Kleine Brogel".
|EC 5/330 Frankreich||Mirage F1|
|336 Sqn Norwegen||F-5|
|Flot 1/11 Frankreich||Super Etendard|
|31 Sqn Belgien||F-16 A|
|230 Sqn United Kingdom||Puma|
|21 Sqn Italien||Tornado F3|
|AG 51 Deutschland||Recce Tornado|
|EC 1/12 Frankreich||Mirage 2000|
|192 Sqn Turkei||F-16 D|
|301 Sqn Portugal||Alpha Jet|
|53 Sqn USA||F-15 C|
|74 Sqn United Kingdom||Hawk|
|313 Sqn Niederlande||F-16 A|
|155 Sqn Italien||Tornado ECR|
|494 TFS USA||F-15 E|
|37 BS USA||B-1|
|141 ARS USA||KC-135|
|11 Sqn Schweiz||F-5|
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