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Army Aviation Centre (AAC) Middle Wallop is a British Army airfield located near the Hampshire village of Middle Wallop, used for Army Air Corps training. The base hosts 2 Regiment AAC and 7 Regiment AAC under the umbrella of the Army Aviation Centre. The role of 2 Regiment is ground training and 7 Regiment trains aircrew on AAC aircraft after they completed basic training at RAF Shawbury. The base is notable for having previously served as both a Royal Navy (as HMS Flycatcher) and a Royal Air Force (as RAF Middle Wallop) controlled airfield, as well as an Army one.

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  • Army Aviation Centre (AAC) Middle Wallop is a British Army airfield located near the Hampshire village of Middle Wallop, used for Army Air Corps training. The base hosts 2 Regiment AAC and 7 Regiment AAC under the umbrella of the Army Aviation Centre. The role of 2 Regiment is ground training and 7 Regiment trains aircrew on AAC aircraft after they completed basic training at RAF Shawbury. The base is notable for having previously served as both a Royal Navy (as HMS Flycatcher) and a Royal Air Force (as RAF Middle Wallop) controlled airfield, as well as an Army one.
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  • Army Aviation Centre (AAC) Middle Wallop is a British Army airfield located near the Hampshire village of Middle Wallop, used for Army Air Corps training. The base hosts 2 Regiment AAC and 7 Regiment AAC under the umbrella of the Army Aviation Centre. The role of 2 Regiment is ground training and 7 Regiment trains aircrew on AAC aircraft after they completed basic training at RAF Shawbury. The base is notable for having previously served as both a Royal Navy (as HMS Flycatcher) and a Royal Air Force (as RAF Middle Wallop) controlled airfield, as well as an Army one.
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