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British helicopters are seen in the center of Turku on Tuesday morning – Apache helicopters take part in military exercises – Turkuland – svenska.yle.fi

British helicopters are seen in the center of Turku on Tuesday morning – Apache helicopters take part in military exercises – Turkuland – svenska.yle.fi

Finland's International Emergency Response Force exercises from morning to afternoon at, among others, Turku University Hospital and Hirvensalo.

Bori's brigade's International Contingency Force exercise in southwest Finland and Satagunda on Tuesday. The exercise included air operations by helicopters from the UK and Uttis Fighter Regiment.

The Emergency Response Force exercises in the Turku region, among others. NH90 helicopters from Udi's Fighter Regiment and AH-64E Apache attack helicopters from Great Britain are participating in the exercise.

The exercise is part of Finland's international emergency response forces' crisis management training. Troops from Bori's regiment are training in southern Ostrobothnia, Satagunda and southwestern Finland. These air operations are part of spring training for the Army.

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Image: Andy Aindola / Yil

Troops train from 5 am to 2 pm in the area around Troop University Hospital, Hirvensalo, Ransala, Bansio and Shakilanharju, Rasi and Oriba training areas.

British Apache attack helicopters are seen in Turku city center and Pansio area around 7:45-12:00, and Finnish NH90 helicopters are airborne in Pansio area around 10:30-11:00.

The training force moves in the area in combat equipment and armed forces vehicles and on foot. Exercise can occasionally cause noise disturbance. Instructors wear reflective vests and outsiders are not allowed to enter training areas.

This article is a translation of Yle Turku's article “Brithicopterida Nadan Tystina Sokotning Durun Keskusten Ulla – Apache Copterid Goudatwat Maomian Taytuskein” by Ari Welling. Article translated by Pontus Nyquist.

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