Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) has a requirement for the supply of 2 helicopter Emergency Escape Trainers to improve the pre-flight training given to personnel travelling in the Merlin and Puma aircraft.
What does HC stand for?
HC stands for Helicopter Command
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- Military and Government
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We have 109 other meanings of HC in our Acronym Attic
- Healthy Cooking
- Hearing Concern
- Heart Catheterization (cardiology)
- Heart Chakra
- Heat Conservation (piping engineer)
- Heating Coil
- Heating Contractor
- Heavy Clouds
- Helena Chronicles (Star Trek internet-based fanfilm)
- Helicopter Combat Support Squadron
Samples in periodicals archive:
Expert speaker line-up includes: * Colonel Richard Leakey, Station Commander JHC Aldergrove, Joint Helicopter Command * Dr.
In addition to these findings, the then Commander Joint Helicopter Command (Rear Admiral Johnstone-Burt) also identified three additional contributory factors: the crew's lack of adherence to checks; operating procedures; and their flight at below the authorised minimum level.
In a statement after the hearing, Rear Admiral Tony Johnstone-Burt, the Commander of Joint Helicopter Command, paid tribute to the "courage and dignity" of the soldiers' families.
Senior RAF and Joint Helicopter Command officers will greet the crews, as well as their colleagues, friends and families.
Commander of Joint Helicopter Command Rear Adm Tony Johnstone-Burt said he was "confident" there were sufficient resources for British forces to do their job and they had access to allies' helicopters.
Following the verdict, Commander of Joint Helicopter Command, Rear Admiral Tony Johnstone-Burt said he was confident that current resources enable British forces to meet the tasks they face LIST OF FAILURES A CATALOGUE of failures and "defects in the system" were blamed for contributing to the death of Corporal Mark Wright by Coroner Andrew Walker.