676 Sqn AAC
676 Squadron Army Air Corps manages the Phase 2 training programme. It also provides low level military and adventurous training for soldiers not undergoing course training.
676 Squadron Army Air Corps
Occasio Et Successus (Opportunity and Success)
The primary role of 676 Squadron Army Air Corps (676 Sqn AAC) is to look after the administration and well being of all Phase 2 Army Air Corps (AAC) trainees at the Army Aviation Centre (AACen). The Squadron provides a base from which all Phase 2 trainees can be looked after and mentored.
The Squadron badge was designed in 2004 and the fox was chosen as the emblem in order to reflect the character of some trainees, who could be of a mischievious nature.
On 1st July 2004, 676 Sqn AAC was formed and became part of 2 (Training) Regiment, providing the training support for all Phase 2 AAC groundcrew based within the School of Army Aviation (the former name of AACen). The Regiment currently provides the command and logistical support to AACen.