Chambley: LFJY, quelques années avant
Air field Chambley-Bussières (french: Aerodrome de Chambley-Bussières or Base Aérienne Chambley-Bussières, also known as Chambley Air Base, ICAO: LFJY) is an airfield ten miles (ca 16 kilometers) west of Metz in the Lorraine region of France.
Its first use as an airfield was in 1940, when the Armée de l’Air stationed 9 Potez 631 fighters and 5 Mureaux 117 observation aircraft at a local farmland. Unlike many other French airfields it was abandoned after the Battle of France. It was used as agricultural land throughout World War II.



Et voilà quelques jours du côté des ULM


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