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24 Squadron Association Blog 

The aim of the Association is to foster in a practical form the spirit of comradeship, co-operation and mutual service founded in No 24 Squadron Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force based on the ‘special relationship’ that extends between present and ex-members of the Squadron.

Aircraft Accidents in Yorkshire

This website contains information regarding the many aircraft accidents inYorkshire,Englandand air-personnel losses within the county. My research is not just limited to where the various aircraft have crashed as was the case with this research in the past but also to who was on board them. In many cases these airmen lost their lives and their stories have remained as pretty much the untold story.

Group 9 May Flickr Page

The “Group9May” investigates soviet (russian) war memorials, armored vehicles and the graves of Soviet soldiers during World War II