Two Black Hawk helicopters assigned to the NSW Rural Fire Service | 7NEWS

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New South Wales’ firefighting capabilities are set to be boosted by two Black Hawk helicopters to be used during bushfire emergencies.

They had been promised to the Rural Fire Service three years ago.

Now, the state government is putting aside $17 million to help get the choppers in the air.

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