The Westland Gazelle light helicopter served the British armed forces in a wide range of roles, and continues to see limited use with the Army Air Corps and QinetiQ. The Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and Army Air Corps all employed the Gazelle as a trainer; to the Army, it was an important anti-tank, observation and reconnaissance platform; it supported operations by Royal Marines Commandos; and the RAF even flew some as VIP transports. All of these roles are remembered by the ex-military Gazelles of a relatively new civilian outfit, the Gazelle Squadron Display Team, based at Bourne Park in Hampshire. It has a number on strength, of which two will be appearing statically at RIAT 2015. Formation of a four-ship display team is planned. The Gazelle Squadron does much to support BLESMA, the British Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association.