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JHC (Joint Helicopter Command) is the body responsible for most of the armed forces helicopters (both offensive and support) and thus includes most [[RAF]], [[AAC]] & [[Royal Navy]] Helicopters (Including the Commando Helicopter Force). JHC does not however have control over search and rescue helicopters of the RN and RAF; neither does it have control of the Royal Navy's fleet helicopters. The pool of helicopters available to JHC is about 243. JHC is based in Wilton.
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JHC (Joint Helicopter Command) is the body responsible for most of the armed forces helicopters (both offensive and support) and thus includes most [[RAF]], [[AAC]] & [[Royal Navy]] Helicopters (Including the [[Commando]] Helicopter Force). JHC does not however have control over search and rescue helicopters of the RN and RAF; neither does it have control of the Royal Navy's fleet helicopters. The pool of helicopters available to JHC is about 243. JHC is based in Wilton.

Revision as of 16:13, 26 May 2007

JHC (Joint Helicopter Command) is the body responsible for most of the armed forces helicopters (both offensive and support) and thus includes most RAF, AAC & Royal Navy Helicopters (Including the Commando Helicopter Force). JHC does not however have control over search and rescue helicopters of the RN and RAF; neither does it have control of the Royal Navy's fleet helicopters. The pool of helicopters available to JHC is about 243. JHC is based in Wilton.