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Cross & Cockade International
(CCI) is the First World War Aviation
There are around 1,500 members in 25 countries all over the world. We are a
non-profit making organisation. All officers of the society, organisers and
contributors to the journal give their services voluntarily.
A superb website about the Spitfire designer
R J Mitchell
Does what it says on the Box great site for aviation enthusiasts.
Pilot resources and aviation weather for general aviation
A great product
and professionally designed website nose art on panel's, click on the picture.
Nigel J Goodall
Blackburn Buccaneer Society. Click on the picture.
Sywell Aviation Museum (SAM) is a voluntary, non-profit-making organisation
which aims to preserve the history of Sywell Aerodrome and Northamptonshire's
rich aviation heritage from the early days of aviation to the Second World War
Check out this superb Company. They make full scale flying spitfire's for a
fraction of the price of an original. SUPERB Click on their logo to see.
The DAVIDSTOW AIRFIELD & CORNWALL AT WAR MUSEUM
Has a wide remit, dedicated primarily to RAF Davidstow moor from its opening
on 1st October 1942 until its closure at the end of 1945. It also covers all the
other airfields along the North Cornwall coast, the Royal Navy in and around the
county, the Army civilian services, home front etc. The area is still a military
training area so that gives us scope to bring in the post-war period. In 1982
vehicles and equipment etc, were airlifted from a warship off the coast in a
training exercise prior to the re-taking of the Falkland Islands. We also have
displays depicting the Royal Observer Corps (WWII and Cold War) and my old
regiment The Light Infantry, from the amalgamation of the county regiments from
1968 up to 2007 when the expanded Light Infantry became The Rifles. When Phase
Two is complete we shall be able to commit much more space to each of these
subjects which will have a broader appeal.
This web site is the on-line Aviation Art Gallery promoting the work of Aviation
Artist Dominic JH Berry. A practicing aviation artist since 1991, paintings and
prints are held in collections in the US, Europe and the UK.