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Canadian Armed Forces warn of low-level aircraft in southern N.B. next week

The Canadian Armed Forces will be holding training exercises in southern New Brunswick next week. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Keep your eyes peeled for Canadian military aircraft flying at a low level if you’re in southern New Brunswick next week.

The Canadian Armed Forces say residents of Sussex, Harvey Station and Welsford should be aware of a training exercise planned for next week.

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The exercise will involve personnel and equipment from the 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown.

The Canadian Armed Forces say planes will be conducting “occasional” low-level flying operations in the area between Sept. 23 and Oct. 1.

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Cloud cover leads to an increase in the intensity of noise generated by low-level aircraft, and the Canadian Armed Forces are letting residents know that could happen as the exercise rolls out next week.

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