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The RAF Museum on Tour

7th July 2015

In her latest Blog Claire Madge, our Blogger in Residence, looks at our preparations to take the RAF Museum on Tour.
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A Wedding Dress With A Tale To Tell

1st July 2015

A volunteer India Burchell, gives an insight into a parachute wedding dress which has been recently donated to the museum.
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Letters from the front

25th June 2015

Three families bring letters and pictures to the museum. They all turn out to be linked.
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Preparations for Painted Planes

19th June 2015

Volunteer India Burchell, gives an insight into preparations for the Painted Planes activity as part of Children's Art Week.
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Aircrew opinions on Aerial Reconnaissance

18th June 2015

Did the opinions of Royal Flying Corps Aircrew have any influence over the development of technology and tactics used in aerial reconnaissance?
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Dornier Secrets

4th June 2015

On the second anniversary of its recovery, Clare Carr writes about some of the artefacts that have been recovered from the Museum's...
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What on earth is a writer in residence?

1st June 2015

This blog posts introduces my role at Cosford and includes some of the work I will be doing in the lead up to the RAF Centenary.
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A poignant coincidence

27th May 2015

A poignant story behind a recent art exhibition and a microfilmed flying book
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Money talks

21st May 2015

In his blog Martin Ward reveals some interesting stories behind currency items held in the Museum's reserve collection.
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A force for good: RAF Humanitarian aid work

13th May 2015

In her latest blog Nina Hadaway highlights the humanitarian work undertaken by the RAF.
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A Forgotten Few: Austro-Hungarian Fighters

7th May 2015

In his latest blog for the Museum, Julian Hale explores the fighter aircraft of Austro-Hungarian Empire.
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A Closer Look At Cockpits

5th May 2015

In her latest blog, India Burchell, describes her visit to a London Open Cockpits Evening
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The Forgotten Father of the Royal Air Force

28th April 2015

Volunteer George Mason looks at the forgotten life of one of the founders of the Royal Air Force
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100 First World War Objects - Your Favourite?

21st April 2015

The Painting Noon - which can be viewed in our First World War in the Air exhibition
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Flying boats over the Western Approaches

14th April 2015

The Scilly Isles were an important base for flying boats patrolling the seas off south west Britain during the First World War
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