Army Air Corps Association

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Army Air Corps Association

The Army Air Corps Association (AACA) was established in 1958 to unite every one of the individuals who had earlier served with the Air Observation Post Squadrons and Glider Pilot Regiment alongside those serving with the Army Air Corps since it formed on September 1st 1957. AACA was re-named as Army Air Corps Veterans Association on July 12, 2013.The regimental office of the association is in Hampshire, England. The Aims of the Army Air Corps Veterans' Association are to: Advance an enduring obligation of comradeship between all who are serving, or have served in the Army Air Corps, Make suggestions to the Army Air Corps Regimental Committee and welfare and kindness offices in the interest of AAC veterans and dependants, Speak to the interests of the Army Air Corps in the more extensive community.

Enrollment is accessible to all personnel that have served in the Army Air Corps and non AAC work force that have served in Army Aviation. Existing individuals will stay at their present status. The Association is controlled by a council led by the Regimental Colonel. The committee is representative of the participation and includes both serving and veterans of the AAC. The Air Observation Post Officers’ Association and Glider Pilot Regiment Association are affiliated to the AACVA.The advantages of AACVA membership are: An AAC Veteran lapel badge, An AACVA membership card. The Army Air Corps (AAC) Fund was set up in as a charity in 1967. The AAC Committee Body of Managing Trustees manages the fund. The asset gets its salary from the accompanying sources are: Memberships, investment, donations. The motivation behind the asset is to 'give the money related means whereby the AAC may release its beneficent commitments to over a significant time span individuals from the Corps and their dependants.

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