No. 25 Flight AAC

25 Flight Army Air Corps is a flight within the British Army's Army Air Corps, currently part of the British Army Training Unit Kenya.

No. 25 Flight AAC
Active1987 - present
Country United Kingdom
Branch Army Air Corps
Aircraft flown
HelicopterBell 212
AgustaWestland Lynx AH.9A


The flight was formed in 1987 in Belize where it operated Sioux AH1 helicopters.[1] The flight returned to Middle Wallop in August 2011.[2] The flight supported UK peacetime operations and training including the security arrangements for the 2012 Summer Olympics which were held mostly in London but also at smaller locations throughout the UK.[2] In March 2013 the flight deployed to Kenya where it supports the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK).[2] The flight's primary role is to provide 24/7 Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) cover to exercising troops training in the remote locations within Kenya as well as to BATUK dependents and permanent staff.[2] The secondary role to provide range clearance prior to live firing.[2] The flight has three Bell 212 helicopters.[2]


  1. "Flights 21-132". British Army units 1945 on. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
  2. "25 Flight Army Air Corps". British Army. Retrieved 17 August 2015.
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