Air Force commemorates its Centenary at Anzac Memorial

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The Air Force Association (New South Wales branch) will lead a service at the Anzac Memorial in Hyde Park on Friday 26 March in support of activities commemorating the Royal Australian Air Force Centenary.
 
The service will include flypasts by up to four PC-21 training aircraft from RAAF Base Williamtown (10.53am); and retired RAAF aircraft from the Historic Aircraft Restoration Society (11.25am).
 
During the service, a Memorial Book containing the names of all New South Wales RAAF personnel killed in the Second World War will be inducted to the Royal United Services Institute library (co-located with the Memorial). Following the service, the Anzac Memorial will launch its RAAF Centenary Exhibition.
 
DATE:           Friday, 26 March 2021
TIME:           10.30am to 12pm
VENUE:        Anzac Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney
IMAGERY:    File imagery available here and here
 
Flying is subject to change due to variables including air traffic control requirements, weather, and operational availability.
 
Noise reduction and the environment are vital considerations in the planning and conduct of military flying. 
 
Further information about the participating aircraft can be found here.

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