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RAF Battle of Britain - Memorial Flight

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This special 100-page magazine details the rich individual histories of each of the aircraft that make up the magnificent collection of airworthy machines that BBMF operates from RAF Coningsby today. It also places the types in their historical context and explains how the challenges of engineering these historic aircraft in the modern world are met so that they can be displayed for generations to come. The magazine is packed with features by writers who really know the BBMF and how it works. First-hand accounts by BBMF pilots relate what it's like to fly the Hurricanes, Spitfires, Dakota and Lancaster. They also provide behind the scenes insights into busy display weekends and explain how modern RAF pilots are trained to fly BBMF's historic warbirds. The overriding aim of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is to celebrate, commemorate and honour those who have fallen in RAF service.

Salute 2017 spectacularly celebrates the Flight's activities and achievements, making it a must have for all those with an interest in, or passion for the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.


Show Business

Every weekend is a busy one for BBMF during the summer season, but none more so than July 9/10, 2016, the weekend of the Royal International Air Tattoo, as Squadron Leader Mark Disco Discombe reveals

Fighter Pilot Training

A Typhoon and former Jaguar pilot, now Officer Commanding Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, Squadron Leader Andy Milli Millikin recalls his time learning to fly the Hurricane and Spitfire

I'm Flying a Spitfire!

Flight Lieutenant Andy Preece can hardly believe his luck as he describes the joy and privilege of flying BBMF's Spitfires

Spitfire Mk IIA P7350

Squadron Leader Clive Rowley MBE RAF (Retd) begins his individual descriptions of BBMF's historic aircraft with Battle of Britain veteran P7350, with details of the special markings it wears for the 2017 display season

Bomber Leader

Flight Lieutenant Tim Twigs Dunlop describes his role as Bomber Leader, managing and training BBMF's Dakota and Lancaster crews