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Quoting: Geoff McKeown
Hey, if there are real concerns then sure they should be investigated. Funniest side effect to low level flying I can recall is a drop in milk yield of diary cattle when low level flying was suspended at RAF Leeming!!! Apparently cows had got used to it and were missing it!!!
I know how those cows felt. I had a similar problem moving from RAF Leuchars (23sqn.,43sqn.,111sqn.,892sqn.(FAA) to RAF Shawbury (no jets).
No, it didn’t affect my milk production but I couldn’t sleep for the first couple of weeks as it was so darned quiet!!
Give a man an inch.........and he thinks he’s a ruler.