Black Hawk Helicopter Training Activity

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DEFENCE MEDIA ALERT


MSPA SQLD  /10                                               

Wednesday, 27 October, 2010


Black Hawk Helicopter training activity


WHAT:

16th Aviation Brigade will be conducting a training activity with three Black Hawk

helicopters around the Brisbane area.

 


WHERE: 

Helicopters will lift off from the vicinity of Gallipoli Barracks, Enoggera and will travel

east, fly down the Brisbane River, over the Brisbane City CBD and return to Gallipoli

Barracks.    


WHEN:

Thursday 28 October 2010 between 9.30am and 2.30pm (Brisbane time)

Friday 29 October 2010 between 9.30am and 2.30pm (Brisbane time)


Saturday 30 October 2010 between 9.30am and 2.30pm (Brisbane time)



Background:

Three Black Hawk helicopters have recently returned from support activities at Exercise Hamel west of

Townsville and will be conducting further training in Brisbane over a three day period. 

Although disruption should be minimal, residents in suburbs surrounding Enoggera may experience

aircraft noise when the helicopters lift off and touch down. 

Exercise HAMEL is currently being conducted at the High Range Training Area, west of Townsville and

is the most complex training activity ever undertaken by the Australian Army and will involve around

6000 soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen.


Media Note: Media are not invited to any events but their assistance is sought in notifying local residents

of potential aircraft noise. 


Further information:

Defence Media Liaison: 02 6127 1999 or 0408 498 664

Lieutenant Carrie Miner, 7th Brigade Public Affairs Officer – (07) 3332 5964 or 0417 722 273 



Issued by Ministerial Support and Public Affairs – South Queensland

Victoria Barracks, Petrie Terrace, BRISBANE QLD 4000

Phone: 07 3233 4210, Fax: 07 3236 1478










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