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6 Regiment Army Air Corps

Role of 6 Regiment Army Air Corps

6 Regiment Army Air Corps is the Reserve Regiment of the Corps. It provides trained groundcrew reinforcements who are able to deploy on operations and in support of exercises worldwide. Reserve personnel work alongside their Regular military colleagues on aircraft such as the Apache and Lynx Mk 9A, undertaking rearming and refuelling tasks. See the video below for an explanation of the role of an Arming Loading Point Commander.

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678 Squadron AAC

678 (The Rifles) Squadron Army Air Corps is located in Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire (Milton Keynes and Luton) and was created from the transfer of E Company 7 RIFLES and 201 Battery of 100 Regiment Royal Artillery to the Corps. The Squadron is paired with 4 Regiment Army Air Corps at Wattisham where it provides ground support for the Apache aircraft.

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