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of Lt Case
Training centre honours pilot killed in Afghanistan
82 Wing Gp-Capt
officially opens the
Lt Marcus Case
Facility at RAAF
Base Amberley as
Lt Case's parents,
Bernie and Lee,
Photo by LACW
Cpl Max Bree
THE first ADF member killed while
deployed as part of the air component in
Afghanistan has been honoured with a train-
ing facility named after him at RAAF Base
Amberley on October 16.
The Lt Marcus Case Facility is now train-
ing personnel working on all aspects of the
Heron Remotely Piloted Aircraft.
Lt Case was an Army pilot working with
the Heron detachment in Afghanistan when
he was killed in a Chinook helicopter crash
on May 30 last year.
CO 5 Flight Wg-Cmdr Jonathan
McMullan was commander of the Heron
rotation in Afghanistan when the tragedy
"I'd just finished flying for the day and
I got a call saying the Australian Chinook
that Marcus was on had crashed," Wg-Cmdr
After meeting Lt Case's parents at the
board of inquiry into the accident, Wg-Cmdr
McMullan invited Bernie and Lee Case to see
the Heron facilities at RAAF Base Amberley.
"They were doing a trip of Australia
going around military establishments where
Marcus had been," Wg-Cmdr McMullan
"We wanted to give them a day in the life
of Marcus here at the training facility.
"But I didn't tell them we were going to
name the facility after Marcus. They were
"Marcus was killed working for me ...
I'm honoured to honour his memory."
The Lt Marcus Case Facility is used for
training Heron pilots, payload operators and
"Before going on a Heron deployment,
members do at least two weeks training here
at 5 Flight, with aviators spending up to six
weeks," WGCDR McMullan said.
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