Möhne Dam Fragment

This fragment is believed to come from the Möhne Dam, which was attacked by eight No. 617 Squadron aircraft and finally breached, after being hit by four …

Douglas Bader Logbook

This logbook belonged to RAF flying ace Group Captain Sir Douglas Bader. The entries in this volume record Bader’s flights and victories in wartime Britain where as …

Uniform of Avis Hearn

The RAF Museum’s archives are full of extraordinary stories about extraordinary men and women and Avis Hearn was no exception. Refusing to leave her post at an …

No. 601 Squadron Pennant

Adopt this iconic pennant worn by an aircraft participating in an air show at RAF North Weald in 1954. It depicts the County Arms of London beside …

Berlin Wall Fragment

Adopt a piece of history, literally! The Berlin wall divided East and West Berlin forming a barrier between the Soviet and Western sectors in the City until …

Hucks Starter

One of three RAF vehicles available for you to adopt. Named after its inventor, Captain Bentfield Hucks, the Hucks Starter was used to start up piston aircraft …

Fordson Balloon Winch

Your chance to adopt the quirky Fordson Balloon Winch. The cage on the back was for the operator to protect them from cable injury, or even worse, …

Red Arrows Flying Suit

Your chance to adopt one of the iconic flying suits as worn by the world famous Red Arrows. The Red Arrows have been thrilling crowds with their …

Skynet 2B

Adopt the qualification model of RAF’s space communication system Skynet 2B. The Skynet 2B was launched in 1974 and proved a very reliable communications satellite technology for …