32 Squadron Scoreboard

Created from the wingtip of a Hawker Hurricane Mk1, this scoreboard is from No. 32 Squadron, based at Biggin Hill during the Battle of Britain. The date …

Panavia Tornado GR1B

The Panavia Tornado, developed jointly by the UK, West Germany and Italy, was designed for high-speed, low-level attack missions. The Tornado GR1 and GR1A flew during the …

Westland Sea King HAR3

Originally designed for anti-submarine warfare, the Westland Sea King was adapted for RAF search and rescue duties as the Sea King HAR3. The Sea King provided search …

Lancaster

Entering service in March 1942, for the last three years of the Second World War, the Avro Lancaster was the major heavy bomber used by Bomber Command …

Avro Anson

Be an all-time first, exclusive adopter of our Avro Anson, a treasure of an aircraft, affectionately remembered as ‘Faithful Annie’ by its Royal Air Force-trained multi-engine aircrew …

Short Sunderland MR5

Adopt the majestic aircraft that graces our London Museum’s entrance hall and make an exclusive salute to RAF history. By the start of World War Two in …

Sopwith F1 Camel

The Camel was the highest scoring British fighter of the First World War. It took its name from the hump over the breeches of the two machine …

Supermarine Spitfire Mk Ia

More than any other aircraft, the Spitfire has become a much-loved symbol of winning against the odds. Become a part of one of the greatest stories ever …

Hawker Siddeley Gnat T1

Become a part of the RAF ‘Red Arrows’ acrobatic team’s history by exclusively adopting our Hawker Siddeley Gnat T1. The Gnat T1 entered service in 1962, taking …

Scotch Jock the Teddy Bear

Sporting Scotland’s most famous item of clothing, Scotch Jock the Teddy Bear is a mascot with a difference. Not only did he bring luck to Lieutenant William …

Percy the Penguin

Adopt one of the Museums most famous and treasured artefacts, Percy the Penguin. Flight Lieutenant Stan Chapman was the bomb aimer in Halifax HX333 ‘J Jane’ which …