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Wing Commander Steven Bell, one of the top bosses at RAF Odiham who helps look after more than 30 Chinooks currently on site, said: “The RAF has helped in some of the biggest world crises.“In the Falklands, where RAF Odiham currently has two Chinooks, in Sierra Leone, Bosnia, and of course Iraq and Afghanistan.Criticism was fired at the Royal Air Force for late flying, with one resident claiming a Chinook was “about 50ft above my house” one evening.Sue Hill, a resident in Brighton Hill, said: “They’re so loud and the flight times are totally inconsiderate and surely unacceptable.
Dida, of Southdene Road, Chandler’s Ford, was also ordered to pay a total of £4,400 in compensation to workers who have been traced by HMRC, plus £2,000 in court costs.“It’s important to remember, the RAF answers the call of the government, whether we agree with conflict or not is irrelevant. “We also have a number of our aircraft poised to assist in the Mediterranean region, if directed by government.” He added: “So we have to train in all sorts of different conditions, in order to be able to fly safely, as this is important to what we do to protect civilians.” The Gazette joined members of 27 Squadron to “lift” and fly across the borough – taking in a route that went high above Bramley, Brighton Hill, Hatch Warren, Basingstoke and Odiham.AMBITIOUS plans to build a new retail park on a site which has been empty for more than 20 years have been submitted to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.The plans are likely to be discussed early next year.
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“Personally, I’ve resided here in this house for 33 years and over the last few years the use of Chinooks is very clearly and rapidly increasing.