Army Air Corps Gazelles
Various branches of the British military have operated Gazelles in other theatres, such as during the 1991 Gulf War against Iraq and in the 1999 intervention in Kosovo. While the type was originally intended to be retired in 2012, the Gazelle will continue to be operated in a policing capacity in Northern Ireland until 2018, at which point the Police Service of Northern Ireland is to have the assets to fill this role itself.
On 22 July 2016 the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) announced that the UK Army Air Corps’ (AAC) AH.1s would remain in service for a further nine years, taking the Gazelle past its 50th anniversary in UK military service and making it the oldest helicopter in active UK inventory.
Size: 14 x 24 inches
Medium: Acrylics on Board
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* All digital prints will be on an A3 sheet but as each picture is of different proportions there will be a white border surrounding each picture.