Cameron Hardiman wrote a book about his time in Victoria Police, and while it reminded him of amazing missions, it also helped him deal with the trauma that came with them. He joined Victoria Police at the age of 18 and spent over three decades policing. Part of those years was in the Air Wing, where he was involved in countless rescue missions. His memories are now displayed in a book he wrote called Ten Feet Tall and Not Quite Bulletproof: Drug Busts and Helicopter Rescues – One Cop’s Extraordinary True Story.
Australian Aviation spoke to Hardiman about his times in the Victoria Police Air Wing and what life is like now.
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