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Gavin Hughes
Fantastic photo.
Paul Wisgerhof
Nope, not "N39302." Looking at the side of the a/c, I am going to take a leap into the dark and say "HUNAF" stands for Hungarian Air Force.
ken kemper

You have a winner !!
"59. Air Base "Dezső Szentgyörgyi"
The 59th Air Base is the fixed-winged part of the Air Force. The 59th consists of one tactical fighter squadron and one airlift squadron.

There Fighter Squadron is nicknamed "Puma" and operates JAS-39C/D Gripen fighters.[7] The Hungarian Air Force is leasing 14 JAS 39 Gripens, two of which are two-seaters, for 12 years beginning in 2006 (later extended until 2026). By December 2007 all the 14 jets had been delivered.[8] On 19 May 2015 one two-seater Saab JAS39D Gripen crashed at the end of the runway at the Čáslav AFB. The pilots ejected safely, but the aircraft, nr. 42 with callsign PUMA66 was written off, damaged beyond repair.[9] A replacement Gripen D was delivered from Sweden in 2016.[10] After the lease period expires, Hungary will own the remaining Gripens."
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