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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 6:32 pm    Post subject: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

I have heard of two ways to buzz number the aircraft. One way is the last two numbers of your serial number. The other way is the third from the last and the last number of your serial number.

The second way of doing it is explained here in the attachments. Which one is correct?

What would you use for this number? 2532051

51 or 01?

SAM


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 7:19 pm    Post subject: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

I heard Nanchangs were numbered by military district number.

Richard Hess
C 404-964-4885

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On Oct 21, 2018, at 10:32 PM, Junkhead <Junkheademail(at)gmail.com> wrote:



I have heard of two ways to buzz number the aircraft. One way is the last two numbers of your serial number. The other way is the third from the last and the last number of your serial number.

The second way of doing it is explained here in the attachments. Which one is correct?

What would you use for this number? 2532051

51 or 01?

SAM




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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:08 am    Post subject: Re: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

There’s a number of reasons I tend to believe that Craig Payne’s version is correct. First of all, supposedly the aircraft was given only 40 gallons of fuel to eliminate pilots from defecting and flying off with the aircraft. Secondly, the communist country has always tracted and followed every little movement that their people do. So I could see how they would want to know exactly where that aircraft was supposed to be by just looking at the serial number. He also gives a very detailed explanation for every number listed under the serial number.

I’m just trying to get some additional information on the topic.

So Richard, would you say that given that serial number listed above that the buzz number would be 01?

Thanks,

SAM


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 4:16 am    Post subject: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

Don’t know. Ask Doug Sapp

Richard Hess
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On Oct 22, 2018, at 8:08 AM, Junkhead <Junkheademail(at)gmail.com> wrote:



There’s a number of reasons I tend to believe that Craig Payne’s version is correct. First of all, supposedly the aircraft was given only 40 gallons of fuel to eliminate pilots from defecting and flying off with the aircraft. Secondly, the communist country has always tracted and followed every little movement that their people do. So I could see how they would want to know exactly where that aircraft was supposed to be by just looking at the serial number. He also gives a very detailed explanation for every number listed under the serial number.

I’m just trying to get some additional information on the topic.

So Richard, would you say that given that serial number listed above that the buzz number would be 01?

Thanks,

SAM




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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:28 am    Post subject: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

CJ6 Numbers etc;

As for the A/C Serial no. it is simple and straightforward:--------

Eg: My CJ 1532013-------- 15 is the Batch number which would identify
the time frame (and the Engineering status) in which this group was
produced. 320 identifies the producing factory. In later production a
second factory was added and identified as #512 (if memory serves correctly)
and finally 13 identifies the 13th airframe produced in Batch # 15.

Being far too old and stupid to know what a "buzz" number is I will describe
instead the squadron identification number. This number is abbreviated to 2
digits
and shown on the cowling and vertical stab. for quick ground ident.
Two of the four CJ's I imported were from the same squadron and showed
ident. numbers on all log books and other documentation as #935 and #936.
The numbers on the A/C were (and are still) #35 and #36.

Walt
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Don’t know. Ask Doug Sapp

Richard Hess
C 404-964-4885

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On Oct 22, 2018, at 8:08 AM, Junkhead <Junkheademail(at)gmail.com> wrote:



There’s a number of reasons I tend to believe that Craig Payne’s version
is correct. First of all, supposedly the aircraft was given only 40
gallons of fuel to eliminate pilots from defecting and flying off with the
aircraft. Secondly, the communist country has always tracted and followed
every little movement that their people do. So I could see how they would
want to know exactly where that aircraft was supposed to be by just
looking at the serial number. He also gives a very detailed explanation
for every number listed under the serial number.

I’m just trying to get some additional information on the topic.

So Richard, would you say that given that serial number listed above that
the buzz number would be 01?

Thanks,

SAM


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:49 am    Post subject: Buzz Numbering Reply with quote

Numbers, etc.

At some point while in China I asked the question re. the lettering in the
national insignia.

I was told it is in recognition of the "Long March" of 1934 / 1936 in
Chinese history.

Walt

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