Not so much "odd" as admirable... the other day heard choppers going past (Fort William, Highlands..) and looking out the window saw this..
Apologies for quality as I'd not realised it was happening until I heard them so shot through a mucky window looking North-ish. Crackin' day btw..
Thanks to all the guys & ladies of the rescue helicopters who've provided such a great service over the years: Never needed it myself but best wishes to all of them. Up here you hear/see them 2 or 3 times a week... and the local hospital is expert in repair of broken bones from falls....
The Royal Navy's Sea King helicopters have begun their final flypast to mark the end of their search and rescue missions in Scotland.
Based on HMS Gannet, the aircraft left Prestwick on Thursday morning to fly over Glasgow, Garelochhead, Tyndrum, Lochaber, Oban, Inverlochlarig, Stirling, Edinburgh, Ayr, Prestwick and Troon.
The flypast brings an end to 44 years of rescue service in Scotland.
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