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Until mid 2007, the AAC sqns at Wattisham also flew the Lynx, in both the common AH7 (skids) variant, and also a few AH9 (wheels) models. Here 'Scarlet 1' leads a section of three AH7s in on 23. Flown by the only female Lynx pilot at Wattisham at the time, this airframe is also fitted with a GPMG on a door mount.

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