No. 9 Squadron RAAF awarded Duke of Gloucester Cup 1969-70
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|Title||No. 9 Squadron RAAF awarded Duke of Gloucester Cup 1969-70|
|Object type||To be confirmed|
|Place made||Vietnam: Vung Tau Special Zone, Vung Tau|
|Date made||23 April 1971|
|Measurement||1 min 45 sec|
No. 9 Squadron, operating Iroquois helicopters in Vietnam in direct support of the Australian Task Force, has been awarded the Duke of Gloucester Cup for 1969-1979 the third successive year the Squadron has gained this coveted trophy. Air Vice Marshal E. Hey, Air Member for Technical Services, presented the Cup to the commanding officer of No. 9 Squadron, Wing Commander Peter Coy at a parade at Vung Tau recently.
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