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New Grant For Runnymede Memorial

The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation (CWGF) has announce that it has secured a £60,000 grant that will enable it to develop a digital … Read More

New Unit and Aircraft for RAF Marham

Six Lockheed F-35B Lightnings of 207 Squadron arrived at their new home base, RAF Marham in Norfolk, on July 16 after a 10-hour flight … Read More

Pre-Afghanistan Deployment Training for British Forces

Troops from the British Army’s Yorkshire Regiment have conducted training with the RAF in an exercise held in the north west of England … Read More

Book Review: An Englishman Abroad by Gianluca Barneschi

An Englishman Abroad by Gianluca Barneschi I’ve always had a great interest in the work of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) … Read More

Photo of the Week

This week’s photo is of the escort carrier HMS Nairana, circa March 1945. The photo was taken during a support mission for a … Read More

Feature Extract: A Vintage Experience

Editor Nigel Price visits a friendly Derbyshire company that offers flights in historic aircraft, at a very reasonable price. On a … Read More

A New Director and Ethos for the Yorkshire Air Museum

Congratulations to Barbara George, who has taken up the role of Director of the Yorkshire Air Museum and Allied Air Forces Memorial. … Read More

Armed Forces Day Flag Raised in London

A flag raising ceremony featuring a Guard of Honour from HMS Enterprise and The Royal Marines Band was held at the Guildhall in London … Read More

Feature Extract: Mosquito With Added Bite

Dave Unwin examines the ‘big gun’ variant of the legendary DH98. Having flown operationally as a fighter, night-fighter, fighter-bomber, … Read More

Book Review: School of Aces by Alastair Goodrum

This is the fascinating story of RAF Sutton Bridge, a Lincolnshire station that trained around 400 men that fought in the Battle of … Read More

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