“Increased noise and more aircraft than usual will be part of a U.S. Army Rangers exercise starting Monday [Sept. 29] and going through Oct. 10.
Soldiers will use training ammunition to make the exercise as realistic as possible, a base news release says.
The increased air traffic will include low-flying aircraft – both helicopters and airplanes – at night.
The training is conducted periodically. The 75th Ranger Regiment is the Army’s premier raid force. It must be ready to deploy worldwide on a moment’s notice,” quoting The Olympian.