Air Support Unit

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Law Enforcement In Northern Ireland - Northern Ireland
... police forces British Transport Civil Nuclear Ministry of Defence Regional units Central Counties Air Operations Unit Central Motorway Police Group Chiltern Air Support Unit East Midlands Air Support Unit ...
Yom Kippur War - Combat Operations - In The Sinai - Israeli Forces Across The Suez
... The Egyptian Air Force launched repeated raids, some with up to twenty aircraft, to take out the bridge and rafts, damaging the bridge ... Egyptian commandos and frogmen with armored support launched a ground attack against the bridgehead, which was repulsed with the loss of 10 tanks ... Some of his units attempted to move west, but were stopped at the crossroads in Nefalia ...
Police Aviation In The United Kingdom - List of Police Aviation Units
... The following is a list of police aviation units in the UK and the forces or areas to which they are assigned ... As of 1 October 2012, all individual police aviation units in the UK will begin to merge to form the National Police Air Service, with a planned completion date of January 2015 ... Aviation Unit Forces served Police radio call-sign Air traffic call-sign Aircraft Cambridgeshire Constabulary Air Operations Unit Cambridgeshire Constabulary (also ...

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