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29 (BATUS) Flight AAC
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29 Flight Gazelle Helicopter on Training Exercise at BATUS in Canada
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Branch Flag of the British Army.svg British Army
Size Flight
Part of Army Air Corps
Base British Army Training Unit Suffield

The 29 (BATUS) Flight Army Air Corps is an independent flight within the British Army's Army Air Corps.

The British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) conducts major training exercises in Alberta, Canada at the Canadian Forces Base Suffield.[1] 29 Flight AAC provides aviation support for the training. Its roles include supervision, CASEVAC (casualty evacuation), reconnaissance, liaison and limited lift of passengers and equipment.

The unit uses Westland Gazelle AH.1 and Westland Lynx AH.9A helicopters.[citation needed]

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Official website


Coordinates: 50°16′25″N 111°10′44″W / 50.2737°N 111.1790°W / 50.2737; -111.1790

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