Anzac Day services in Bega and Merimbula will get a special treat as the Royal Australian Air Force has planned special flyovers for both services on Monday morning.
An RAAF spokesperson said aircraft would conduct a "flying display in the skies above New South Wales in support of Anzac Day commemorations".
"Anzac Day is a time to reflect on the contribution made by past and present service personnel who have displayed great courage, discipline and self-sacrifice in choosing a life of service to their country," they said.
As of Friday, the RAAF's plan is to fly an E-7A Wedgetail over the Bega Memorial Precinct at 11.15am followed by a flyover of the Merimbula Memorial at 11.30am.
However, those plans can't be considered concrete as flyovers are subject to variables such as air traffic control requirements, bad weather, and the availability of the aircraft.
The E-7A Wedgetail is a modified Boeing 737 that was designed for the RAAF in the early 2000s.
The RAAF currently operates six of the aircraft out of its Williamstown base. The aircraft is also used by the Turkish Air Force, the Republic of Korea Air Force, and the British RAF.
The aircraft is distinguishable by a large radar set up that sits on top of the plane, known as the 'Top Hat'.
The RAAF also plans to fly a Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II, a Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet, and a heritage aircraft in other parts of the state.
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