This page has a number of links to other RAF and aircraft related sites. The assumption being that you are still interested in machines that fly! Also, anyone who has a small business, or their own site, let me know and I will include the necessary link. Favourite weekend spots, or places worth visiting, let me know and others might want to take advantage as well.
In case there are people out there who are still interested in aircraft and defence issues, the links below should be of interest. They are grouped into RAF Related and Other Interests. Just click on any of the news items, and it will take you to the appropriate site. Don't forget to come back here though when you've read the item!! Give it a go and send me an email if you want to make comments.
A number of links have been removed as they no longer exist. Updates to the site are now quite rare, especially as the reunions have tailed off, so there is less need for a listing of updates. As new sites are found or created that are of interest they will be added to the lists below.
To get your site listed here mail me (Chris Wales) at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Links to other RAF related sites|
|The new website for all Old Haltonians. Taken over from Roger Harvey the site is now run by Clive Brooks. Great site. Take a look and find your entry. Keep up to date with what's going on in the Association|
|The Royal Air Force site. Excellent site with loads of information
|The Old Haltonians social networking web site.
|RAF Halton Pipes and Drums Ever since Halton was No. 1 School of Technical Training in the RAF, each of the three wings of Aircraft Apprentices had their own Pipe Band to march them to and from the workshops each day - from this tradition, the current Halton Pipes and Drums continues to expand. Visit their Website for the full story.
|RAF Recruit Training (1962); 'THE NEW MEN'' 1962-65-08 Royal Air Force Nostalgia. A youtube video that's Worth a look. Where you there?|
|Links to other sites of interest|
|Vulcan Crew Chief register|
|Bruntingthorpe Airfield, Lutterworth, Leicestershire|
|Web site of Vulcan Photos by Andy Leitch. A very nostalgic site.|
|Advice & guidance on a wide range of aviation safety issues,|
|The home of the Armed Forces Memorial.|
|Mick Woodhouse (103rd entry Airframes) is the engineer involved with the oldest working passanger steamboat on the Thames - Alaska ( built 1883). The Queen uses this boat for Her annual 'Swan Upping'. A very interesting web site. Take a look. You will find Mick lingering in the background in some of the videos.|
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