Cue ‘Ride of the Valkyries’ a big fly past planned for ADFA’s graduation parade

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A ROYAL Australian Air Force E-7A Wedgetail aircraft, five Royal Australian Navy helicopters and two Blackhawk Australian Army helicopters will conduct a flypast during the Australian Defence Force Academy Graduation Parade.

The E-7A Wedgetail will conduct a second flypast towards the conclusion of the event. The Parade marks the successful completion of military training and academic studies for Year Three officer cadets and midshipmen.

Thursday 10 December, 2015. 9:30am to 11:30am.

[Photo: 2 Squadron Wedgetail, Airborne Early Warning and Control Aircraft , AIR – AIR of first to arrive in Australia. Flying along coast of New South Wales from Williamtown Air Force Base then over Sydney Harbour. Photographed by Leading Aircraftman Euan Grant]

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