AAC in Northern Ireland

#1
Would anyone have photographs of there time if they where in Northern Ireland with the AAC. I have a book called Army Avavtion in Ulster which is good but if anyone would help me to see what the views where like from inside a helicopter, or landing at XMG. I would be very grateful if i see even a photograph thanks. :D
 
#2
Romeo_47 said:
Would anyone have photographs of there time if they where in Northern Ireland with the AAC. I have a book called Army Avavtion in Ulster which is good but if anyone would help me to see what the views where like from inside a helicopter, or landing at XMG. I would be very grateful if i see even a photograph thanks. :D
Bit of an OpSec issue for a newbie - why do you want the shots?
 
#3
I live in NI and i see helicopters everyday since i first saw one i had this thing and wanted to be a pilot. I see the Lynx and Gazzele and sometimes a Puma flying about. As i was saying about that book. I've been reserching photos of the "Clockwork Mouse" and the Scout helicopters in South Armagh. I would like a photogrpah to see what it was like to be in those and an opinion how it was to fly into Bessbrook with the threat of getting shot down.
 
#12
Eagle patrols in winter around south Armagh were barstewards.When you went back to base the snotters were frozen onto your face.
 
#13
LOL, green snot frozen like a green curry leftover!!!!
 
#14
Anything to be of assistance. 1st try the book series British Army in Ulster by David Barziay, published by Century Books (any good library). Or try Daily Mail, Mon 9 Nov 1987, page 2. :?
 
#15
Arfur-Roe-v2s said:
Anything to be of assistance. 1st try the book series British Army in Ulster by David Barziay, published by Century Books (any good library). Or try Daily Mail, Mon 9 Nov 1987, page 2. :?
Thanks for your help i will look into it. How can i get the Daily mail from 1987?
 

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