Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation
Royal Air Force and related sites
The Aircrew Association,
Airfield Construction Branch website,
RAF Home Page.
Central Flying School.
Coastal Command and Maritime Air Association
MLRS Books - Military History Booksellers - producers of reprints of Air Ministry , RAF Museum and AHB documents
National Service in the RAF,
The Royal International Air Tattoo.
The Official Red Arrows Website.
The RAF Boy Entrants Association.
RAF Changi Association (inc. HQFEAF) Membership is open to all ex RAF / WAAF/ WRAF personnel and civilians who served there during 1946-72. Why not consider becoming a Member. Contact : Membership Secretary: Malcolm Flack for details on 01494 728562 or e-mail: MemSecChangi@telco4u.net
RAF Cosford Apprentices
Locking Apprentices Association,
Lowestoft WW2 RAF Casualties.
RAF Luqa Remembered
The RAF Police Association.
The Air Training Corps. For squadron links see the section further down this page
The RAF Museum.
The RAF Association.
The RAF Heraldry Trust.
RAF MT Drivers Association.
RAF & Defence Fire Services Association.
RAF Commands website.
Royal Wings: The unofficial website for the RAF
No 51 Squadron.
No 624 Squadron
Christmas Island A site dedicated to the Nuclear tests carried out in the 1950's from this base.
Sheba Imports - This company specialises in the production of heraldic badges, including RAF unit badges.
South African Air Force - An excellent unofficial site
No 26 Squadron SAAF
RAF History Books by Tom Docherty
2nd.Tactical Air Force Medium Bombers Association Membership includes flyers who operated by day in North American Mitchells or Douglas Bostons on 88, 98, 107, 180, 226, 305, 320 and 342 squadrons. 137 and 139 Wings of 2 Group RAF were the Wings to which the squadrons belonged. We have members in Canada, Australia, Europe, S.Africa, and the UK. An Annual General Meeting and Dinner weekend is held in Bedford every September. Members of the Ground Staff of the squadrons are eligible for Associate membership, by reason of the fact that their "All Ranks" Association became defunct a short while ago. Contact the chairman by e-mail : - Jenkin Williams
Allies in War.
The British United Services Club of Los Angeles,
The Aircrew Association,
Brunssum War Cemetery
In Memory -
Hamilton Project – self-employment support for ex-service personnel, veterans and their families
Ever thought about running your own business? Your service background has given you a range of skills that can be an excellent foundation for self-employment - self-discipline, reliability, determination, to mention just a few. The Hamilton Project is a business support programme that will help you apply these skills in a business setting. Established in memory of Richard Hamilton, who served with the 21 SAS before he died tragically in a canoeing accident, it provides access to on-line business education, workshops and an e-mentoring programme, and, if you are based in Oxfordshire, we have funding from the County Council for you to take part.
Want to know more? Please contact Dr Tracey Marr at Communities in Business Ltd.
T 01844 278448 W www.hamiltonproject.org.uk E email@example.com
The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers – An infographic aiming to raise awareness about PTSD in the military.
Nursing and Medicine During World War I
World War II Allied Aircraft Crashes in The Netherlands, North Sea & English Channel.
British Aviation Archaeological Council This page of the site as a very useful link to an aviation related booklist.
Notable women in Aviation
The Wright Brothers
Squadron/Unit Association Websites
No 97 Squadron Association
No 207 Squadron Association.
Vulcan Crew Chiefs
Personal Tribute Websites
Harry's Tale The story of Harry Walker who served with No's 137 and 198 Squadrons
Brian Johannesson's site This contains diaries and images of early RAF flying documents belonging to Konrad Johannesson.
David Scott's Diary - The diary of a WW2 Lancaster Flight Engineer
www.amos-denison.life - Amos Denison MBE, MC, WW1 RFC pilot
Air Training Corps Squadrons
12 O'Clock High: Photographs of RAF/USAAF airfields as they are now.
Aircraft Photographs and Air Displays by Roger Whitcomb.
Airfields in Yorkshire.
Australian Flying Corps.
Blackburn Beverley: A site dedicated to the Blackburn Beverley
The Blenheim Society.
BAe Systems: Official site of BAe Systems
de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre incorporating the Mosquito Aircraft Museum. Established in 1959 at Salisbury Hall on the site of the hangar where the Prototype Mosquito was built in secret in WW2. We have 3 Mosquitoes including the original Prototype.
Fleet Air Arm Archive 1939 - 1945.
Hatfield in World War Two
Jacks World Aviation Links.
MacRobert's Reply A site dedicated to the aircraft which carried this famous name
Rathbone Museum of WW2 Aviators An extremely interesting site, particularly if you are interested in military uniforms.
Gallery Vladimir - Paintings of RAF Czech Squadron aircraft and personnel
Website on 1st Lt. Dal Corradini This website covers the career of an Italian airman in WW2 and included details of his shooting down by Spitfires of No 43 Squadron.
Wings for Freedom: - The history and heritage of the RCAF. An excellent site. RCAF squadron badges on my site are courtesy of this site.
X-Planes: An excellent site containing details on aircraft, photographs, stories, links and much more. Well worth a visit.
Military and Naval sites
The Long, Long Trail - The British Army in the Great War: An excellent resource covering the British ground forces in WW1.
Word War 1 Naval Combat: The website containing stacks of information on World War One. Check out the links page, there's more then just the naval war.
Aces of the Luftwaffe.
The Luftwaffe 1933 - 1945. This site is an excellent resource for organisational details of the Luftwaffe.
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