RAF Hednesford

Links - RAF related sites.

The website of the National Service (RAF) Association catering for ex National Servicemen and Regulars, WAAF and WRAF.
20 plus Social Branches running in the UK and an annual re union and Parade at Cosford in June of each year - galleries of all the Schools of Recruit Training - "squarebashing !" A must for ex RAF Vets.
The story of No 11 School of Recruit Training 1949 to 1965.
A must for any RAF Recruit of the 50s, over 250 photographs.
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.
NEW website for all ex Transport Command Veterans.
The most comprehensive website about our Armed Forces.
http:// www.rafbf.org:
The RAF Benevolent Fund official website - ex RAF Personnel needing help this is the site for you !
http:// www.rafchangi.co.uk:
The website for the RAF Changi Association.
http:// www.rafmuseum.org:
Hendon and Cosford Royal Air Force Museums.
For all ex RAF Sylt 2TAF personnel.
http:// www.rafwka.co.uk:RAF West Kirby Association.
No 5 School of RAF Recruit training.
For all ex RAF Euterson (2TAF) personnel.
The site for all ex RAF Duxford Personnel.
The site for All Veterans to source discounts on a huge range of items.
http:// www.worldwar2exraf.co.uk:
The site for all ex WW11 Personnel.
http:// http://www.rafnews.co.uk :
RAF News on line.
http:// www.kamrafa.co.uk:
I have just created a new web site for the Angus branch of RAFA where one can buy the Royal Air Force Tartan.
http:// www.ten-foreward.demon.co.uk/Melksham:

RAF MELKSHAM web pages.
http:// www.britishlegion.org.uk :

Royal British Legion.
http:// www.raf.mod.uk:

Website for the RAF Police Association.
The Reunion is for those servicemen and woman who served or worked in the Bad Eilsen area between 1945 and 1955 when Bad Eilsen was the HQ of 2nd Tactical Air Force.
MOD website for up to date Service News.
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The Union Jack Club London.
Ideal for visits, whether short or long stay.
http:// www.army.mod.uk/royalsignals/rsa/afsigs/index.htm
Air Formation and Air Support signallers, mainly members of the Royal Corps of Signals who, until 1970, were under RAF operational control and tasked to provide landline communications within and between RAF establishments (since 1970 they have done the same job but under Army operational control).
http:// www.army.mod.uk/royalsignals/rsa/19sigregt/index.htm
19th Air Formation Signals provided communications for the Far East Air Force until the withdrawal from 'east of Suez' in 1971. Members of that regimental association who served at RAF Changi, Seletar, Tengah or Butterworthj/Penang, are eligible to become associate members of those RAF station associations and the NS(RAF)A.
The Armed Forces Pension Group.
The site for all pre 1975 Veterans of all the Services who served more than 3 years but never received any Pension rights.
Website of the Ex-RAF Aerial Erectors Association.
The RAF Tartan website,
How to get it - what goods etc are available using the RAF Tartan etc.
The site for the RAF Fire Service Association.
Service Pals website for all ex Service Personnel. Recommended.
http://www.rafyatesbury. webs.com
Site being developed for RAF Yatesbury Association (Incorporating RAF Compton Bassett (See also http://www.freewebs.com/comptonbassett/)RAF Cherhill & RAF Townsend.
> http://www.rafbridgnorth.org.uk:
NEW website for ex RAF Bridgnorth Personnel / The RAF Bridgnorth Association.
'Official site and Memories of the RAF Airfield Construction Branch 1941-1966'

"Official site of the Royal Observer Corps Association.
"The website for RAF Bircham Newton and its satellite Stations".
"The Monument, which is located on the world famous Plymouth Hoe in the United Kingdom, and this site, are both dedicated to those men and women who served in the Allied Air Forces during the period 1939-45, both in the air and on the ground. Within these pages you will find a description of the monument and it's activities and an outline of the role played by each of the major Allied Air Forces involved in the conflict."
http://www.pleuralmesothelioma.com :
A large percentage of veterans have been exposed to asbestos-contaminated products that were used their time in the service from the 1930s through the 1970s. Learn more about Pleural Mesothelioma, exposure, and diagnosis at pleuralmesothelioma.com

Please feel free to contact me if you would like more information or have any questions in regards to asbestos or mesothelioma. Thank you so much again for your support! Have a great week!
Best Regards,
Rachel Gilner
International Veteran Liaison

Another recommended website about Asbestos contamination is:
http://www.mesothelioma.com :