16AAB Question

#1
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
 
#4
Speak to Blobmeister he will answer all and any queries just do not ask him about WEBTEX
 
#5
Why, their not para,their air assault
 
#6
I dont think it's so common nowadays but some AA units think it's 'right' for their troops to have done P company. Complete rubbish.
 
#7
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
 
#8
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
5th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland(A&SH)
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
 
#9
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
Yeah I did end up finding that info a few hours ago on the army website, thanks anyway.
 
#10
So a bit of a nugatory question then 8O

Not a totally wasted exercise, at least you have learned to “google” :roll:
 
#12
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
 
#13
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
No.............just been CDT'd again!!! :twisted: :D
 
#14
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
Look closly at Tiger Stackers' quote :wink:
 
#15
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
Point A. I think you will find I said 10 second search as at 2007 (therefore not very detailed, sort of proving my point of it being a bone question)

Point B. Look at Tiger stackers insert (clue the one without the bullet)

Point C. …………………………(fill in the blanks) :p
 
#16
CAARPS said:
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
Point A. I think you will find I said 10 second search as at 2007 (therefore not very detailed, sort of proving my point of it being a bone question)

Point B. Look at Tiger stackers insert (clue the one without the bullet)

Point C. …………………………(fill in the blanks) :p
Aren't the H Cav in there somewhere as well?
 
#17
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
pombsen-armchair-warrior said:
CAARPS said:
David2008 said:
I was just wondering, for an AAC soldier to join 16 air assault does he have to go through all-arms P-coy first?
It took less than 10 seconds to type 16aabde into google and come up with the list below (as at 2007) :x :x

 16 Air Assault Brigade Headquarters and Signals Squadron (216)
 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment (2 Para)
 3rd Battalion Parachute Regiment (3 Para)
 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment
 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps
 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA)
 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Royal Engineers
 7 Air Assault Battalion, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
 21 (Gibraltar 1779-1783) Air Defence Battery, 47 Regiment, Royal Artillery
 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps
 16 Close Support Medical Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps
 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police
 89 Airborne Close Support Military Intelligence Section, Intelligence Corps
 The Pathfinder Platoon

There are currently 3 AAC Regts in 16 Bde and not very many of them are Para trained

For that matter there are a significant number of soldiers across the AIR ASSUALT Bde that are not para trained

How many more times will the same old questions keep appearing :twisted:
5 SCOTS have been disbanded then?
Point A. I think you will find I said 10 second search as at 2007 (therefore not very detailed, sort of proving my point of it being a bone question)

Point B. Look at Tiger stackers insert (clue the one without the bullet)

Point C. …………………………(fill in the blanks) :p
Aren't the H Cav in there somewhere as well?
Good regain mate :wink:

I am sure I have missed out others such as the Troop from 33 EOD and possibly a LEWT from 14 Sigs, however, I refer you to point A
 

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