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Concealment, Illusion and Manifestation

20th November 2014

Julian Hale examines the different camouflage paint schemes used on aircraft by the RFC and the RAF in the First World War.
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Flying Boats over the North Sea

10th November 2014

During 1917 and 1918 RNAS and RAF flying boats played a vital part in the defence of British coastal waters.
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A salver with a story

6th November 2014

In his latest blog Andy Simpson recounts the history of a silver salver recently bequeathed to the Museum.
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Volunteers with the Archive and Library

27th October 2014

Volunteers with the Archive and Library
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Project Hercules

23rd October 2014

Recording the history of the Hercules in RAF service, through the words of the people who flew and maintained it
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Blowing Glass Poppies

15th October 2014

Earlier this year the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) approached us to discuss the possibility...
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RAF Museum supports PhD Research

13th October 2014

Ross Mahoney, the Royal Air Force Museum's resident Aviation Historian, writes about a key aspect of the museum's research programme.
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Anzani engine comes home

8th October 2014

A 100 year old engine that was used in an aeroplane built less than 15 miles from Cosford goes back on display
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A Week in the Life of an Aviation Historian

6th October 2014

Ross Mahoney, the Royal Air Force Museum's resident Aviation Historian, writes about his role here at the museum.
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Special Forces Naval Craft in the archives

1st October 2014

Curator Guy Revell explores some oddities found in the Museum's archives.
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A real boy's own story

23rd September 2014

A recent donation to the Archives recalls two remarkable events in Ken Clifton's RAF service.
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Volunteer Wins London Museums' Award

17th September 2014

We are proud to announce that Ian Corfield, one of our volunteers, has been given the 'Going the Extra Mile' Award at a new ceremony...
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Two Dragons, or a Seal and a Walrus

8th September 2014

Assistant Curator Bryan Legate indulges his passion for military vehicles by writing about two lesser known RAF vehicles.
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A Few of the First: The RFC, August 1914

2nd September 2014

A hundred years ago, four squadrons of the Royal Flying Corps flew to France. This article examines the aircraft and their all-too...
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Knitting for Britain

28th August 2014

In our latest blog Lucy Woodbridge explains how working with English Heritage gave her the knitting bug.
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