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Published on: 05 August 2014
The Royal Air Force Museum, has today launched a new website, rafmuseumstoryvault.org.uk, which enables members of the public to interrogate the Casualty Cards of members of the Royal Flying Corps who suffered injury during the First World War. In addition to these records online visitors are now also able to search the Muster Roll for the RAF as drafted on 1 April 1918 and the Air Force List as of 1 February of the same year. This online resource is the culmination of a three-year digitisation project involving over 10,000 hours of work by staff of the museum who electronically preserved over 300,000 fragile records – all of which are free to examine for anyone with access to the internet.Karen Whitting, Director of Public Programmes for the Museum stated:‘As part of the museum’s on-going mission to open up our archives to the public, we felt it was of paramount importance that, as the world unites to commemorate the outbreak of the First World War, our online visitors were able to read these fragile documents which previously would have only been accessible through supervised visits with our curators. Each of the records contained within this digital archive reveals the story of a member of the Royal Flying Corps who suffered injury, often making the ultimate sacrifice to protect their families and their country at a time of major global conflict – heroes such as Albert Ball and Mick Mannock whose names are central to the story of the First World War in the air. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the Heritage Lottery Fund for their grant of £19,000, which enabled the museum to build this site.’
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