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Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, England

Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, England We stopped by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Museum in Cosford, England in the West Midlands. It is located only a few miles from where Lesley was working in Wolverhampton. Admission is free and the museum houses 70 aircraft and is home to War Planes, Missiles, Transport & Training and Research & Development collections. They had some great examples of airplanes used in the past hundred years. Plenty of room to run around, the kids had a blast.

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Flight Simulation Event Heads to Cosford - Warbirds News

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Flight Simulation Event Heads to Cosford
Warbirds News
Aviation fans can experience the virtual skies in Shropshire next month as the Flight Sim 2017 event heads to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford for a fifth consecutive year. Taking place on Saturday 7 October, aviation enthusiasts will enjoy a day ...

Royal Air Force Marine Branch are remembered at Portrush ceremony on Sunday - Coleraine Times

Royal Air Force Marine Branch are remembered at Portrush ceremony on Sunday
Coleraine Times
The last vessel to leave the harbour was Vosper launch number RTTL 2757 which has subsequently been preserved as an exhibit at the Royal Air Force Museum in London. On 1 April 1971 RAF Portrush officially ceased to exist. The workshops and offices at ...

Air show helps tell how Terrell stepped up during World War II to train British pilots - Dallas News (blog)

Dallas News (blog)

Air show helps tell how Terrell stepped up during World War II to train British pilots
Dallas News (blog)
The museum, tucked away in a small hangar just off the runway, tells the main reason the Terrell Municipal Airport exists, according to museum president Rudy Bowling. During World War II, the British Royal Air Force needed a place to train pilots ...

Malta's high flying minister - Times of Malta

Times of Malta

Malta's high flying minister
Times of Malta
Introduced in the early 1930s, the Tiger Moth served as a pilot training aircraft for the Royal Air Force. The Malta Aviation Museum acquired its Tiger Moth in 2000 and restored it to an airworthy condition in 2009. The aircraft has fabric-covered ...

Box said harpoons but bombs found inside: WWII surprise for staff at ... - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Box said harpoons but bombs found inside: WWII surprise for staff at ...
CBC.ca
Staff at The Rooms found air bombs from the Second World War buried in a box labelled "harpoons" that had been transferred from the old Newfoundland ...

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