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Shadows from the sky will cross over Melbourne streets next week as Army Black Hawk helicopters take to the sky for routine helicopter training exercises.
From Monday to March 24, Black Hawk helicopters will fly over the city and suburban areas during the day and night
Australian Army’s 6th Aviation Regiment will conduct the helicopter training operations to ensure pilots are well trained for flying in all conditions.
The Department of Defence said Melbourne residents may notice some increased noise from the flights with flying to cease by 11.00 pm each day.
The training will be conducted around Melbourne and specific training activities will take place at Fort Gellibrand, Williamstown and Watsonia, Olympic Park, Fishermans Bend, Melbourne Airport, the Docklands stadium, HMAS Cerberus and the Melbourne.
The Black Hawk is the Australian Defence Force’s primary tactical assault helicopter.
Originally posted by Tayesin
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