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Air Tattoo 2017

The Royal New Zealand Air Force is celebrating its 80th Anniversary by showcasing its capability, personnel and skills with the 2017 Air Tattoo at RNZAF Base Ohakea on 25-26 February. With thrilling entertainment in the air, fascinating ground displays, rarely seen international military aircraft and great family entertainment, including the newly formed talented RNZAF Black Falcons aerobatic team, this is an exceptional event that will appeal to all ages.

For more information go to the 2017 Air Tattoo site.

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