united kingdom short range conversion unit

Royal Air Force


srcu

1964 to 1967    




Formed at RAF Odiham on 5 Aug 1964 as a fixed and rotary wing to provide training in techniques of Army co-operation flying. Alongside its Wessex HC.2 it also flew Austers and the Twin Pioneer. During Aug 1966, it also absorbed the Belvedere Conversion Unit, when that was disbanded. It disappeared at the end of Jun 1967 to re-emerge as the Helicopter Operational Conversion Flight (HOCF).

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1964/67RAF OdihamEGVO


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1964/67Wessex HC.2




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