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Links to Other Web Sites
The Air Historical Branch of the Royal Air Force maintain an Excellent Web Site at the following:
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Link to RAF Air Historical Branch Web Site

The Imperial War Museum maintain an Excellent Web Site at the following:
(Click the Name to Jump to the Site):

Link to Imperial War Museum Web Site

The II (AC) Squadron have just set up a new web site at
(Click the Name to Jump to the Site):

Link to No II (AC) Squadron Web Site

Duncan Curtis has kindly provided a link to our web site from his massive web site devoted to Sabres:

Link to Duncan's Sabre Web Site

See also the latest news of his new Sabre Book

Mike Bennett runs a web site to chronicle ALL known ejections:

Link to Project Get Out and Walk Web Site

I have found an excellent web site that contains records of all civilian air disasters:

Link to Air Disasters Web Site


Here is a connection to a No 112 Squadron site.

Link to 112 Squadron Site

I lost the connection to the No 4 Squadron site when they re-organised.   I have re-established the right connection.

Link to No 4 Squadron Web Site

Mac McLelland, 266 Sqn, runs an excellent web site about his 266 Sqn days.

Link to Mac McLelland's Web Site

David Martin runs an excellent web site about RAF Sylt.   He has added a link to our web site.

Link to RAF Sylt Web Site

Philip Graham runs an interesting web site concerning BAOR locations.   He uses our site to cover RAF Jever.

Link to Philip Graham's Web Site

Ray Deacon runs an excellent web site concerning Hunters in the Middle East.

Link to Ray Deacon's Web Site

Kemble Open Day this year is on Sunday 15th June 008 and has become a very popular event.

Link to Kemble Open Day Web Site

The Vampire Preservation Club keeps Vampire T.11 WZ507 flying.

Link to Vampire Preservation Society Web Site
The Cologne/Butzweilerhof Historical Society.

Link to Cologne/Butzweilerhof Society Web Site
The Jet Provost Heaven.

Link to the Jet Provost Heaven Web Site
Military Friends Reunited.

Military Genealogy - Military History in the making from Forces Reunited. Over 1 million records and 4000 British Armed Forces units listed.
RAF Yatesbury Association (incorporating Compton Bassett)

Link to the Association of those who served at RAF Yatesbury.
The National Service (RAF) Association (open to all who served from 1939 to 1960, which were the years of conscription)

Link to the Association of those who did National Service.
Gutersloh Airfield web site 1937 to Now.

Link to the Gutersloh Airfield Web Site.