How the five man crew of a Large America flying boat worked together on patrols over the sea during the First World War.
This commemorative blog features a transcription of a diary entry for the first day of the Battle of the Somme, written by Capt Paul...
In this blog aspiring choreographer explains the theme and creative process of our latest dance sessions.
In her final blog as 'Blogger in Residence' for the Museum, Claire Madge looks back on her year at the Museum.
In this blog Nicole Gross examines the research we are conducting into our latest temporary exhibition.
Between 1917 and 1918 British flying boats based in the Orkney and Shetland Islands hunted U-Boats preying on merchant shipping.
In her latest blog, Claire Madge our Blogger in Residence, looks at the work of our Apprentices.
Vote for the Royal Air Force Museum
In her latest Blog Claire Madge, our Blogger in Residence, looks at our preparations to take the RAF Museum on Tour.
Did the opinions of Royal Flying Corps Aircrew have any influence over the development of technology and tactics used in aerial reconnaissance?
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.
Volunteer George Mason looks at the forgotten life of one of the founders of the Royal Air Force
The Painting Noon - which can be viewed in our First World War in the Air exhibition
The Scilly Isles were an important base for flying boats patrolling the seas off south west Britain during the First World War
An volunteer's insight into an art project at Orion Primary School for the new First World War Temporary Exhibition 'Defying Gravity'.