VIDEO: Epic footage shows fleet of military helicopters soaring above Fife

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The Royal Navy helicopters take to the skies above Fife for the HMS Prince of Wales ceremony.

These videos show the scenes inside a squadron of military helicopters on Friday morning as they took to the skies above Courier Country.

The copters were spotted in Dundee Airport on Thursday evening before soaring above Fife today for a flyover to mark the naming of the HMS Prince of Wales at Rosyth Dockyard.

Merlins, which are used to hunt submarines or for Commando operations, and “maritime attack” Wildcats were among the aircraft taking part.

They made the journey north of the border from Royal Naval Air Stations Culdrose – the largest helicopter base in Europe – and Yeovilton

And Royal Navy helicopter personnel filmed the whole epic journey, posting the footage to social media.

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