I have it on good authority that due to forthcoming defence cuts the Royal Logistic Corps will soon be taking responsibility for all AAC Groundcrew careers, from training, through to deployment and support of all army aviation. It would more than likely be around the middle of 2012, possibly July. With the amalgamation of the 2 Regiments at Wattisham into an AH force, and the return of the Germany units to Yeovilton in 2012/13, it would be designed to coincide with the re-structuring of the AAC. That would involve all AAC âgroundiesâ rebadging to the RLC, and as a result, would be eligible for postings across the whole of the RLC where they employ similar trades. My question therefore is this: would it be welcomed or not?? I personally think it a good idea, as the role of an AAC ground crewman is basically logistics, as in the delivery (to the fighting asset), or bombs, bullets and bowsers, and when theyâre in camp they look after the blankets!! Simples!! Comments please??