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No. 656 Squadron AAC

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  1. After their formation as an RAF AOP Squadron on the 31 December 1942 at RAF Westerly, the Squadron deployed to the Far East in support of the 14th Army. 656 Squadron operated from 1943 - 1946 in India, Burma and the Dutch East Indies

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  2. a unit of the British Army Air Corps

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  3. The first phase of this completed in October 2004

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  4. chosen as one of the AAC new Apache Squadrons and in April 2004 started its conversion to role

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  5. The Squadron was the first operational Apache Squadron in the Army Air Corps and continues to go from strength to strength being awarded the fully operational status along with the remainder of 9 Regiment AAC in June 2005

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