Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF
|Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF|
A FACDU Pilatus PC-9A at Canberra Airport in 2008
|Branch||Royal Australian Air Force|
|Part of||No. 82 Wing|
|Base||RAAF Base Williamtown|
The Forward Air Control Development Unit (FACDU) was a Royal Australian Air Force unit tasked with providing training in forward air control to RAAF pilots. It was formed in 2002 from No. 76 Squadron's C Flight and was merged with the RAAF Special Tactics Project on 3 July 2009 to form No. 4 Squadron.
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