Nepal trip for soldiers

Soldiers who operate the Armys Apache attack helicopters from Wattisham are setting off to the Himalayas as part of celebrations of the Army Air Corps Diamond Jubilee.
Soldiers who operate the Armys Apache attack helicopters from Wattisham are setting off to the Himalayas as part of celebrations of the Army Air Corps Diamond Jubilee.

Soldiers who operate the Army’s Apache attack helicopters are setting off to the Himalayas as part of celebrations of the Army Air Corps’ Diamond Jubilee.

Across a demanding 20 days, Exercise Diamond Peak will see 21 soldiers – primarily from Wattisham – scale the 6,189m peak of Imja Tse, with temperatures expected to plummet to -20c.