Flying among the weeds

Australia, 1985

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This video examines the risks of low flying by Australian army pilots, men trained to use the agility and mobility of frail, light aircraft on a battle field to help groundforces fight and win a battle. These men fly Bell 206B helicopters and Pelartus Porter and Nomad fixed wing planes.

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