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Battle of Britain Pilot, Tom Neil, Passes Away

It is with great sadness that Britain at War magazine must announce the death of Wing Commander Tom ‘Ginger’ Neil DFC & … Read More

Trenton Task Force Gets Medal

Personnel serving with the UK Task Force in Malakal, South Sudan, have received their medals for their contribution to Operation ‘Trenton’. … Read More

Royal Review at RIAT

The Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Hillier RAF, hosted HRH Prince Michael of Kent and HRH The Duke of Kent during … Read More

Pinpointing the V-2s – In Sqn Ldr. Ernest Esau’s Words

During the Second World War, RAF personnel regularly described their activities on the radio for listeners of the BBC. These broadcasts … Read More

UK Armed Forces Help Restore ‘Bulford Kiwi’ Monument

British service personnel have carried out restoration work on the ‘Bulford kiwi’ historic chalk monument above the town of Bulford … Read More

Malta Convoy Battle (1942 Footage)

This dramatic British Pathé newsreel footage, taken in 1942, shows the passage of a convoy – Operation ‘Pedestal’ … Read More

Great War Sniper School

“For a time the Hun was top dog,”  observed Major Frederick Crum, “and, being newcomers, many casualties, as many as nine in … Read More

Royal Opening for RAF Museum London

His Royal Highness, The Earl of Wessex, recently attended the opening ceremony of the RAF Museum London as part of the centenary celebrations … Read More

Southend Vulcan is Repainted

Avro Vulcan B.2 XL426, a resident at London Southend Airport, Essex, has received a new coat of paint courtesy of Birmingham-based … Read More

Rescued from the Atlantic – In Flt-Lt. Burrage’s Words

During the Second World War, RAF personnel regularly described their activities on the radio for listeners of the BBC. These broadcasts … Read More

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