Army Air Corps

UK receives first remanufactured AH-64E attack helicopters

The British Army Air Corps accepted its first two Boeing AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopters at Wattisham Flying Station, Suffolk, on November 26 – after the aircraft were remanufactured from the UK’s current WAH-64D-standard

Joint Helicopter Command steps up COVID-19 support

Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) has stepped up its support in the battle against COVID-19, as part of the UK government’s response to the ongoing pandemic.

Army Wildcats support UK's COVID-19 efforts

The British Army Air Corps has deployed three Leonardo Helicopters AW159 Wildcat AH1s to support the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing contracted to support for British AH-64Es

The US Department of Defense has announced it has contracted Boeing to provide support services for the UK’s future AH-64E attack helicopter fleet.

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Wildcats play Baccarat

For the first time, the British Army Air Corps joined an exercise in France with both Wildcats and Apaches.

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UK Apache Force Fierce in the Fight

As the process of renewing the Army Air Corps’ attack helicopter fleet gathers pace, Tim Ripley looks at the distinguished career of the Apache AH1 in UK service.