Joint Helicopter Command ( JHC) is a tri-service organisation uniting battlefield military helicopters of the British Armed Forces for command and coordination purposes. History [ edit] Background [ edit] 6 Regiment Army Air Corps conduct Under Slung Load training with a Wildcat Helicopter
- 15,000 personnel, 239 aircraft
- Air Vice-Marshal Nigel Colman
Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) brings under one command battlefield helicopters of the Royal Navy, Army Air Corps and Royal Air Force. JHC operates the core tasks of lift, find and attack on the battlefield supporting ground forces in the land and littoral environments. Facts and Figures Facts & Figures Operations Army Air Corps
Air Vice Marshal Nigel James Colman, OBE (born 18 January 1971) is a senior officer of the Royal Air Force who has served as Commander of Joint Helicopter Command since March 2020. RAF career. Colman was commissioned into the Royal Air Force (RAF) on 20 June 1991. As officer commanding No. 78 Squadron he saw action in Iraq and then ...
- Air Vice Marshal
joint Helicopter Command. Celebrating Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, as a notable event over her 70 year reign. Established on this day, the JHC comprises the RAF’s Support Helicopter force, the Air Corps and Fleet Air Arm squadrons and is equipped with Commando assault helicopters.
Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) is a unit of the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm and an element of the Joint Helicopter Command of the British Armed Forces. Its primary role is to provide Rotary-Wing support to 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines and other UK force elements in the amphibious environment.
- c. 700 personnel
- Colonel Del Stafford
Joint Helicopter Command Flying Station Aldergrove or more simply JHC FS Aldergrove is located 4.4 miles (7.1 km) south of Antrim, Northern Ireland and 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Belfast and adjoins Belfast International Airport. It is sometimes referred to simply as Aldergrove which is the name of a nearby hamlet.
Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) is a tri-service organisation uniting battlefield military helicopters of the British Armed Forces for command and coordination purposes. Over the years, the grouping of all battlefield support helicopters operated by the Fleet Air Arm, Army Air Corps and Royal Air...