Links to other relevant sites
British Legion: http://www.britishlegion.org.uk
RAF Association (RAFA): http://www.rafa.org.uk/
Please include my new web site in the Web Links Section www.caedfael.totalserve.co.uk. I was in the RAFP from May 1956 to May 1968. Ted Meadows
Amazon.co.uk Welcome Page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rafpoliceassocia&site=amazon
Books Home Page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rafpoliceassocia&site=books
Music Home Page: http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rafpoliceassocia&site=music
RAF Bomb Disposal - www.rafbdhistory.co.uk
The ACA now has a web site at - http://www.aircrew.org.uk
I would like to make you aware of Lost Comm's which maybe of use to your visitors/members. Please feel free to visit and have a browse. http://www.lostcomms.co.uk - Find Your Forces Friends
www.bomber-command.info as it says
Greater Manchester Police http://www.gmp.police.uk
Find friends from all over the world http://www.alumni.net
Back in 1949/50 my Mate was a Dog Handler in the RAF. I have started a section for Dogs and their Handlers on my Website
A free UK based people finder site http://www.myoldmate.net
please go to www.thebreastcancersite.com and click on fund mammograms
Aden Airways Virtual Airline
Demob Job, jobs & resettlement courses for all ex-Forces no matter how long you have served. Register online and receive automated email alerts of jobs matching your preferred career and region course. It's simple, FREE and only takes about 1 minute.time well spent
RAF Bridgnorth www.rafbridgnorth.org.uk/
two million servicemen and women did their
initial training at RAF Bridgnorth, Shropshire. We try to bring
together friends, photographs and memories of those days. If you wish
to share any photographs or documents of RAF Bridgnorth, please send
Ex-MilRecruitment Ltd , an established recruitment consultancy, backed up by over 10 years Military and Recruitment industry knowledge and experience
The Queen's Body Guard www.yeomenoftheguard.com
name is Tony Jay and I served in Aden at
HQP&SS Steamer Point 1959 - 1961. I have found 20 RAFP
lads with whom I served between the above dates. We have created our
own website http://www.rmp-rafp-aden.co.uk/
If anyone would like to support the Malaya Emergency/Borneo Veterans in their struggle to get this abject apology of a government to reverse the decision to allow the Pingat Jasa Malaysia to be worn, please be aware that a new web site has just bee set up. It is in the early stages of development at present, but you are all welcome to register as members.
www.militaryfigures.co.uk - A company based in Cullompton, Devon, tel 01884 34839.For RAF Police wall shields. The cost is £24 plus additional £2.56 for recorded delivery
My Home Town Schools (http://www.myhometown-schools.co.uk) and it is also free for an individual to join!
Remebrance Day 15 August - http://www.fepow-
One of our new members maintains his own photography website which can be found at www.wolf1964.
Royal Air Force
Club - http://www.rafclub.org.uk/
Armed Forces Pension Group
and rates - Cheap, Luxury, Boutique and Spa hotels. Discount hotel
accommodation in the UK and around the World. http://www.direct-hotels.co.uk/
No 11 School of RAF Recruit Training.
RAF Airfield Construction Branch. 5001 / 5003 and 5004 Squadrons. Pat Honeys own site about his 8 years as a Plant op. Big toys for big boys! Galleries of photographs sent in by ex RAF ACB Lads. Detachments: UK / 2TAF / Middle and Far East.
proposal for a statue of Air Chief Marshall Sir Keith
Park GBC, KBE, MC and Bar, DFC, RAF to be installed on the "fourth"
plinth in Trafalgar Square. http://www.sirkeith
The Dog Handler's Reunion have
received two Books
of Remembrance from Aspinals of London. They are beautifully leather
bound and they kindly donated them free of charge.The cost if purchased
would be £240. http://www.aspinaloflondon.com
guy is ex-RAF who does Caricatures for the Military – his name is
Anthony Goulding and he can be found online at:
will see a section within his gallery devoted to the military and he
would like to offer this service to all serving and non serving
personnel and will donate a percentage of any orders received to the
My website is at www.sparklingcrystals.co.uk and there is a 10% discount for RAFPA members. They just input the code RAFPA at checkout and it automatically deducts the 10%. There is a minimum spend of 15 euros required (easy to do !) and there is also a nice little item for the guys which prove very popular over here and which are useful on parades, visits, etc ! I will leave you to guess what that may be ! If RAFPA members wish to purchase anything they can send me a cheque for the GBP equivalent if it is easier for them. John Reid
Medals sent at 1100 on a Tuesday back by 0900 on the Friday, that is service. Charges for court mounting £4.00 per medal plus £5.00 special delivery by Post Office for return. Use special delivery to send medals as the compensation for loss is much greater. Total cost for 2 medals £18.00. The medals are returned beautifully cleaned and very well mounted. This excellent service is provided by messdress.com. Roy Laver says Great service
We are pleased to announce that the British
Cyprus Memorial Book is now online and ready for you to
read and contribute to. You will find it at www.cyprusmemorialbook.com;
it is also linked in to the main website at www.britishcyprusmemorial.org.
Thank you to all family members who helped with the initial stage of collecting pictures of the servicemen. Anyone can now add tributes or photos to the 371 servicemen who died on their personal Celebration Page which you can reach from the memorial book itself; instructions appear on the first page of the book. We very much hope you find the Book a valuable way of together commemorating the Servicemen who died: we will remember them.
Newark Air Museum http://www.newarkairmuseum.org/
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