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Joint Special Forces Aviation Wing

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The Joint Special Forces Aviation Wing (JSFAW) was formed in April 2001. The wing brings together Royal Air Force (RAF) and Army Air Corps (AAC) squadrons into a single unit. JSFAW's role is to provide specialized air support to United Kingdom Special Forces (UKSF)

JSFAW comprises:

The Joint Special Forces Aviation Wing is based at RAF Odiham in Hampshire, England.

note: 651 Squadron AAC was part of the JSFAW from 2006 until recently. 651 Sqn flies Defender AL.1 fixed wing aircraft in the manned aerial surveillance(MAS) role.

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