Army Aviation Centre
The Army Aviation Centre, located at Middle Wallop, Hampshire is the home of Army Aviation. It conducts Phase 2, Phase 3 Ground Training and Flying Training.
The Army Aviation Centre (AACen) conducts training for officers and soldiers in both aircrew and groundcrew roles and is home to 2 (Training) Regiment Army Air Corps (2 (Trg) Regt AAC) and 7 (Training) Regiment Army Air Corps (7 (Trg) Regt AAC).
2 (Trg) Regt AAC consists of two squadrons: 668 (Training) Squadron Army Air Corps and 676 Squadron Army Air Corps. These squadrons provide and manage the ground training for all Army Air Corps (AAC) Phase 2 trainees and Direct Entry Groundcrew officers.
7 (Trg) Regt AAC consists of three squadrons: 670 Squadron Army Air Corps, 671 Squadron Army Air Corps and 673 Squadron Army Air Corps. These squadrons provide the necessary flying training for AAC officers and non-commissioned officers.
AACen, in its current format, came into being on 1 August 2009. Prior to this it was known as the School of Army Aviation.
668 (Training) Squadron Army Air Corps - Live Firing Tactical Training