That was when the attacking helicopter flew over the roads Burial.
On Thursday evening (July 8) evening, residents across Greater Manchester saw helicopters flying overhead.
The British military has now confirmed that the helicopters were Apache attack helicopters that were flown over Greater Manchester during a pilot training exercise.
A British military spokesman said: “This flight was a total of 4 Regiment Army Air Corps, 1 aircraft st The aviation brigade at the WhatsApp flying station was undergoing routine training to maintain the currency required by our pilots.
“The 4th Regiment is one of the units within the Army Air Corps 1 st Aviation Brigade 1 st The Aviation Brigade brings together Army Aviation groups and attack elements, enabling the brigade to be widely adapted and quickly emulated.
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“The Apache attack helicopter is one of the world’s most advanced equipment available to front-line troops, it can work in any outfit, day or night.
The Army Air Corps is the British Army’s combat air arm that can be identified by its distinctive blue beats.
“There are many roles within Army Aviation, not all of them are Army Air Corps (AAC) but it is important for us to do our job successfully globally.”
For more information on the Army Air Corps Visit the British Army website.
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