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RSAF Chinook training to occur in Australia

14th November 2016 - 22:50 GMT | by Mike Yeo in Melbourne


Singapore is building new infrastructure to support the deployment of Boeing CH-47 Chinooks to Australia, with work due to start before year’s end and due for completion by November 2017.

The work will be carried out by Australian construction company FKG Group, and it is worth AU$30-50 million (US$22.7-37.7 million) according to Australian government tender documents.

The project will refurbish existing Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) helicopter training facilities, build new logistics/maintenance facilities and construct airfield infrastructure. 

Work will be carried out at Army Aviation Centre Oakey in Queensland, where the RSAF stations up to 12 AS332M/M-1 Super Puma

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Mike Yeo


Mike Yeo

Mike Yeo is a Shephard correspondent based in Australia.

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