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England skipper Wayne Rooney and manager Roy Hodgson led the senior delegation and were joined by military personnel representing all three services from RAF Shawbury and the Defence Helicopter Flying School in Shropshire.
RAF Valley is also home to 'C' Flight 22 Squadron operating Sea King HAR3 helicopters for Search and Rescue duties; the Search and Rescue Training Unit (SARTU) of the Defence Helicopter Flying School (DHFS), operating both the Griffin HT1 and Augusta AW139 helicopters; the Search and Rescue Force Headquarters; 202 and 203 Squadrons, also flying Sea King HAR3 helicopters, and the RAF Mountain Rescue Service HQ (MRS HQ) and RAF Valley Mountain Rescue Team (VMRT).
FB Heliservices managing director Peter Richardson said: "I am delighted that FB Heliservices has been awarded a new contract to continue with the Defence Helicopter Flying School and support services requirements for the UK Ministry of Defence which I believe recognises our success in working with and supporting the UK Ministry of Defence during the last 15 years.
They plunged to the ground near RAF Ternhill, Shropshire, soon after taking off from the Defence Helicopter Flying School at Shawbury eight miles away.
All four victims are from the Defence Helicopter Flying School, at RAF Shawbury 15 miles away.
Flying Officer Richard Simpson, 24, of Bridgend, has just completed 14 months' training as a pilot on No 45 course at the Defence Helicopter Flying School at RAF Shawbury, near Shrewsbury.
The E&S visual systems at Defence Helicopter Flying School (DHFS), Sea Harrier, U.
He began training in January 2009, completing advanced helicopter flying training at the Defence Helicopter Flying School based at RAF Shawbury near Shrewsbury and undergoing the search and rescue conversion course at RAF Valley.