1. Kirkmania

    Inside RAF Brize Norton (2013) TV Series

    Inside RAF Brize Norton (2013). This is a documentary showing the inner workings of the UK's biggest military air bases, RAF Brize Norton. This is disorientating at the best of times, with cargo, hardware and troops streaming to all corners of the globe 24 hours a day. But viewing it from a...
  2. Kirkmania

    Royal Air Force (RAF) TV Series & Documentaries

    Hello everyone, During my search for TV series and documentaries which involve the UK Royal Air Force (RAF), it has become apparent that many of you, love, enjoy and have searched for these hidden gems all over the internet. I intend to use this stream to guide such fans to the wonderful shows...
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    RAF SNCO to Commissioned RN

    Good evening all, BLUF: Does anyone now the specifics of the when I would leave the RAF (prior/during/on completion of BRNC) if I was to successfully at the AIB when applying to join the RN as an MEO? First time posting in this forum, but have read through the invaluable knowledge and...
  4. rebbonk

    Surviving the Japanese Onslaught: An RAF POW in Burma - William Albert Tate

    The first thing that struck me about this book was the physical quality: heavy grade, glossy paper. The second thing that struck me, whilst I was reading the table of contents, was the imbalance of chapter lengths. Some were but a few pages, but chapter 5 ran for almost 80 pages! Intrigued, I...
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    Commando Helicopter Force

    I have been looking at Aircrewman in the Royal Navy and Weapon Systems Operator (Loadmaster) in the RAF. I really don't know which one to go for? After researching both, I have read good and bad things about both. I want to go for the one which is more exiting and interesting, where everyday...
  6. rebbonk

    A Passion For flying (50 years in the cockpit) – Tom Eeles

    50 years in an RAF uniform and 8000 flying hours on 10 plus types of aircraft – Impressive! Sadly, that’s where it ends for me. I normally enjoy people’s life stories but this was a strange one, it left me cold. In truth, this book could have been written containing just 4 of the 5 annexes...