October 12 2009
During a ceremony last week in southern Afghanistan, the Afghan National Army Air Corps established its second wing, reports the Air Force News Service.
The new wing at Kandahar Airfield operates helicopters and supports several detachments in the region. It recently received three Mi-35 Hind attack helicopters for weapons training.
The first wing in the corps is based in Kabul.
The air corps now consists of two rotary-wing squadrons, one fixed-wing squadron and a...
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