Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF


Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF

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The Forward Air Control Development Unit (FACDU) is a Royal Australian Air Force unit tasked with providing training in forward air control to RAAF pilots.

FACDU is scheduled to merge with the RAAF's special projects tactics team and reform 4 Squadron in January 2009.


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