The launch of the Army Air Corps Association website enables us to celebrate the several formal affiliations the Corps enjoys with the remarkable and prestigious organisations listed below.

You can click through to visit e.g. the Army Flying Museum’s own website and please be sure to revisit this section from time to time for updates.

Army Cadet Forces

The Army Air Corps is officially affiliated to numerous Army Cadet Forces across the UK

The Honourable Company of Air Pilots

The AAC is affiliated with The Honourable Company of Air Pilots.

The Merchant Taylors’ Company

The Army Air Corps has been an Affiliate of the Company since 2001.

Australian Army Aviation Corps

The Army Air Corps is officially affiliated to the Australian Army Aviation Corps (AA Avn) provides aviation reconnaissance, firepower support, air mobility, battlefield support and surveillance, in a combined, joint or interagency environment. 

Army Flying Museum

The Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop in Hampshire tells the story of British Army Flying from the earliest attempts to conduct operations from gas filled balloons to today’s Army Air Corps which has operated with distinction around the world in a number of roles including combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Historic Army Aircraft Flight Trust

Formed initially in 1980, and in its current guise since March 1990, the Historic Army Aircraft Flight (HAAF) Trust has been allowed to maintain one example of each aircraft operated since the Army Air Corps (AAC) inception in 1957, in order to preserve the AAC’s aviation heritage.

Salisbury Cathedral

We enjoy both historic and contemporary associations with the communities of Salisbury Plain and North Hampshire and are proud to call Salisbury Cathedral our spiritual home.