The U.K. Army Air Corps (AAC) is exploring options to reduce the number of squadrons currently flying the AgustaWestland-built AH-64 Apache attack helicopter. The AAC currently has six front-line Apache units, all based at Wattisham Flying Station in Suffolk, and a training squadron, located at Middle Wallop in Hampshire. But the armed forces restructuring announced as part of the 2010 Strategic Defense and Security Review (SDSR), as well as plans to integrate reservists into the service ...
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