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Apache Gunships using Range in Norfolk

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SPARTAN91, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. SPARTAN91

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    Been hearing a new sound from the local Stanta firing range today Apache helo's using there chain guns and it,s still going on tonight
     
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    How close are you?
     
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    That brings back memories of walking around the village freezing my ass off getting soaking wet while trying to act professional :yes:
     
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    About 3-4 miles away from the edge of the range but the choppers are well inside the danger zone but the sound travels well but sounds even closer at night.
     
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    pics!

    i love the Apaches, had one at the Sunderland air show this year.
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    I have apaches flying over my house quite regularly, don't mind them because they are fairly quiet. Unlike the chinooks and Hercules that fly over daily... Apparently it a route the raf take to avoid flying over birmingham. (I live in the clent hills in an old farm house :))
     

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