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27 Apr 2021Ended

Maximising the Utility of the UKs Combat Aviation

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The British Army has reorganized its attack and reconnaissance aviation into an independent combat brigade. Rather than being deployed in support of .. Read more other formations as 'units of action' generated by Joint Helicopter Command, the Army will use its aviation in battlegroups to conduct deep strikes. , Concentrating one of the Army's most lethal platforms both presents the opportunity to bring a devastating volume of fire upon the enemy, and provides helicopters with a better chance to survive because they can plan their missions to choose when and where they fight. Concentrating one of the Army's most lethal platforms both presents the opportunity to bring a devastating volume of fire upon the enemy, and provides helicopters with a better chance to survive because they can plan their missions to choose when and where they fight. Over the summer and autumn of the past year, RUSI conducted a study of 1st Aviation Brigade to assess the advantages and disadvantages of the new model, the implications for the wider force, and how the British Army can maximise the effectiveness of the formation over time. The report also considers where the Army should pursue a spiral development of its aviation capabilities to ensure that the formation remains survivable and effective. Keeping you informed, engaged and connected - RUSI Individual membership places you at the heart of the global defence and security community.

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