Day 5, Wednesday 25 November, was a highlight for many. It was a bit unclear whether the F-5 was still operational. We were told that the air base of Al Jafr was empty and all F-5s had been concentrated at Prince Hassan AB, H-5. No better reason than this to visit H-5 today. Our bus driver was not yet awake, so we first honoured the H-4 air base gate with a short visit. On the field we saw some activity. A detachment of AH-1, UH-60 and Ce208s is based here to monitor the borders. Back at H-5, the reception was very heartily again. During the tea we discussed in detail what our wishes were for the F-5, which would be flying especially for us. First we went to the F-5 line on which eight aircraft were lined up. Our F-5 was started up and taxied slowly behind the bus. This gave us enough time to climb up a shelter and witness the final checks. Then quickly into the bus again, pass behind the F-5 which had already lined up on the runway to watch the take-off. Thereafter, the F-5 made four passes, perfect for photography. Because the weather on the first day, at Al Azraq, was so bad we asked if it was possible to send over a couple of F-16s. They came! And so, two Vipers passed for three low approaches each. After the Vipers two Hawks came, flown by pilots of the Royal Jordanian Falcons, for several passes. The presence of Hawks in the Jordanian Air Force was a news fact which was not widely known yet. After this we went to the F-5 and Hawk flightline one more time, ending with a lunch and tea. It does not get any better than this!