For Auster owners and enthusiasts and anyone wishing to support or learn about Auster aircraft throughout the world.
Bringing together all those who had previously served with the Air Observation Post Squadrons and Glider Pilot Regiment, along with those serving with the Army Air Corps since it formed on 1st September 1957.
The official MOD website, with detailed information on each AAC Regiment and Squadron.
The Museum of Army Flying
The Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop in Hampshire is home to a unique collection of military aviation history, covering the early balloon pioneers of the Royal Engineers, the Royal Flying Corps, the Air OP, the Glider Pilot Regiment and the Army Air Corps.
On 1st February 2015 five of the aircraft from the Army Historic Aircraft Flight (AHAF) were gifted and formally handed over to the Historic Aircraft Flight Trust. They remain based at the Army Aviation Centre, Middle Wallop, Hampshire, but the aircraft have been transferred to the civil register. Read more about the HAFT here.
Part of a Worldwide network of similar associations.
The UK’s centre of remembrance in Alrewas, Staffordshire, is home to the Armed Forces Memorial, listing the names of over 16,000 Service personnel killed on duty since the end of World War 2.
Visit this site if you are serving or ex member of the RAF, AAC or REME who served with any Air OP, Light Liaison or AAC Squadron (requires registration).
THE site to enable former members to find out if an association exists for their Squadron.
Forces Reunited®, the largest British Armed Forces Community on the web with over half a million members!
Mick Little is ex REME with 656, living in Kuala Lumpur. He would like to see you on his site.
Peter is ex-656 and his site has numerous photos of 656 Squadron aircraft, as well as other RAF aircraft.
Detailed UK military aircraft serial allocations & histories.