There were some very creative reasons how Brigades might use their new FLIR K1 Situational Awareness Cameras.

Based upon the applications, the VFFA has selected 25 Brigades as recipients of the new FLIR K1 Situational Awareness Cameras.

The successful Brigades are:

  1. Anembo
  2. Berridale
  3. Calderwood
  4. Copacabana
  5. Craigie
  6. Curlewis
  7. Delegate
  8. Eungai
  9. Glossodia
  10. Halfway Creek
  11. Hermidale
  12. Honeybugle
  13. Jindabyne
  14. Kangaroo Valley
  15. Kemps Creek
  16. Krambach
  17. Kurrajong Heights
  18. Manning Aviation Brigade
  19. Mt Kuring-Gai
  20. Nimmitabel
  21. Peninsula
  22. Pindimar Tea Garden’s
  23. Rocky Plain
  24. Tumbledown Dick
  25. Wilberforce

Congratulations to those Brigades, the VFFA will now make contact with each of the Brigades to make the logistical arrangements.

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