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Did you spot this Air Corps training mission over Dublin yesterday?

Corporal Declan Parke captured these stunning shots from one of the planes.

YOU MIGHT HAVE noticed an unusual buzzing overhead yesterday if you were in Dublin.

The Irish Air Corps’ Neptune Section took to the skies to perform a few Sunday afternoon training manoeuvres.

The planes, PC-9s, are the Defence Forces’ aircraft of choice.

The seven can be armed with rocket pods or machine guns, but Dublin doesn’t seem to have faced any threats serious enough to merit their use yesterday.

Corporal Declan Parke captured these stunning shots from Charlie 525:

Did you spot this Air Corps training mission over Dublin yesterday?
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