Army personnel practice parachuting into ocean off Iluka

Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Pictures: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw
Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Pictures: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw Army personnel parachute off the coast of Iluka. Picture: Andrew Shaw

ARMY personnel were seen jumping from an aircraft off the coast of Iluka last week.

Greenwood resident Andrew Shaw was volunteering with an environmental group at the Iluka foreshore when he snapped images of the parachutists.

They were diving from a C-130 Hercules aircraft into the ocean as part of re-qualification tests.

More army aircraft were spotted on Friday, with Times readers reporting seeing Black Hawk helicopters in Joondalup.

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The helicopters can be seen and heard around the area this month as part of unrelated Australian Defence Force training throughout Perth and the South-West.

Training occurred in Joondalup again on Wednesday evening. Send your photos wt@communitynews.com.au.