Category:Machynlleth Loop

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English: Mach Loop is a flying route in Wales, United Kingdom that is used to train pilots in low level flying. The route takes in several deep, steeply sided valleys, typical of the Welsh topography. The route is used mainly by Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and United States Air Force pilots, but is also used during NATO training exercises. The route is named for the town of Machynlleth which lies at the south end of the route, which is known by locals as Mach.
Deutsch: Mach Loop, ein für Tiefflugübungen genutztes Talsystem in Wales.
<nowiki>Mach Loop; Mach Loop; Mach Loop; Dolen Mach; 馬赫谷; 馬赫谷; Low-level training area; Tiefflug-Trainingsareal; 世界著名的空軍超低空飛行訓練區; Machynlleth Loop; CAD West; Machynlleth Loop; CAD West; 馬赫賽道; 音速峡谷</nowiki>
Mach Loop 
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