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The Lynx AH9 is the army version with wheels. While the navalised Lynx always was fitted with wheels the original AAC Lynx was skidded. The AH9 was built in a small batch after the skidded AH7 and was utilised straight away as a battlefield support helicopter rather than as a TOW configured anti-tank helicopter. They tend to be rotated around the various AAC regiments frequently and often at Wattisham - nicknamed 'wheelie bins".

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