Sea King Farewell Flypast

PUBLISHED: 21:12 21 March 2016 | UPDATED: 21:12 21 March 2016

Farewell to the Junglies- The spectacular sight of five Mk4 Sea Kings followed by a Merlin pass by Sidmouth on Monday morning as part of their farewell flight around the region. Three of the five Sea Kings in close formation flying. Ref shs 12-16SH 8531. Picture: Simon Horn

Farewell to the Junglies- The spectacular sight of five Mk4 Sea Kings followed by a Merlin pass by Sidmouth on Monday morning as part of their farewell flight around the region. Three of the five Sea Kings in close formation flying. Ref shs 12-16SH 8531. Picture: Simon Horn

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Helicopters over Sidmouth

Farewell to the Junglies- The spectacular sight of five Mk4 Sea Kings followed by a Merlin pass by Sidmouth on Monday morning as part of their farewell flight around the region. Ref shs 12-16SH 8526. Picture: Simon HornFarewell to the Junglies- The spectacular sight of five Mk4 Sea Kings followed by a Merlin pass by Sidmouth on Monday morning as part of their farewell flight around the region. Ref shs 12-16SH 8526. Picture: Simon Horn

The spectacular sight of five Sea King helicopters followed by a Merlin flew low over the coast past Sidmouth today (Monday). The flight was a farewell to the Mk4 aircraft which are affectionally known as the Junglies and took in a route from RNAS Yeovilton, along the coast from Poole passing over many sites including Lympstone CTCRM, Dartmouth, Plymouth and CLR Chivenor.


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