670 to 677 Squadrons

Dates Location Higher Formation/Remarks
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. 670 Squadron AAC .
1989  England: Formed at Middle Wallop 2nd Regiment AAC (Training)
2000 Middle Wallop: Advanced rotary wing training Eurocopter Squirrel HT 2
. 1 Apr 09: Joins 7th Regiment AAC (Flying) 7th Regiment AAC (Flying)
. Responsible for the Operational Training Phase of the Army Pilots Course. .
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. 671 Operational Training Squadron AAC .
1986.04.01 England: Formed at Middle Wallop 2nd Regiment AAC (Training)
2000 Middle Wallop: Operational Training Lynx AH 7, Gazelle AH 1 & Bell 212HP AH 1
. 1 Apr 09: Joins 7th Regiment AAC (Flying) 7th Regiment AAC (Flying)
. Conducts Conversion to Type (CTT) training on the Lynx, Gazelle and Bell 212 aircraft for graduates of the Operational Training Phase. The Squadron also provides training for the Aviation Crewman specialism. .
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. 672 Squadron AAC .
1990.01.01 England: Formed at Alanbrooke Barracks, Topcliffe. The first Lynx Light Battlefield Helicopter Squadron, initially equipped with the Lynx Mk7 9 Regiment AAC
1992.03 England: Dishforth 9 Regiment AAC
. Dec 93: Disbanded .
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. 672 Squadron AAC .
2001.09 England: Reformed at Dishforth, Anti-tank role 9 Regiment AAC: Lynx AH 7 & Gazelle AH 1
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. 673 (AH Training) Squadron AAC .
?? England: Formed at Middle Wallop .
. 1 Apr 09: Joins 7th Regiment AAC (Flying) 7th Regiment AAC (Flying)
. Conducts CTT training on the Apache aircraft for both newly qualified and experienced Army pilots, who then go on to their respective regiments to complete their combat training.  .
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. 674 Squadron AAC .
1996 England: Formed at RAF Barkston Heath, Lincolnshire Joint Elementary Flying Training School (JEFTS)
2000 RAF Barkston Heath with a det at Middle Wallop: Primary Training Slingsby T 67M & Firefly 260
. 2003: Joint Elementary Flying Training School (JEFTS) renamed Defence Elementary Flying Training School  .
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. 676 Squadron AAC .
2004.07.01 England: Formed at Middle Wallop 2 Regiment AAC (Training)
. Primary role of the Squadron is to look after the administration and well being of all Phase 2 (AAC) trainees .
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. 677 Squadron AAC (V) .
2006.07.02 England: Formed at Middle Wallop with detachments at Bury St Edmunds, Swaffham and Norwich in Norfolk, from 202 (The Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Bty RA (Volunteers) 6 Regiment AAC (Volunteers):
. 2006: Granted the Freedom of the Borough of St Edmundsbury .
. Renamed 677 (The Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry) Squadron AAC (V) .
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