65. Flying High: their stories (The Army in the Air)

65. Flying High: their stories (The Army in the Air)

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NO BOOKING NEEDED

How to join Pick the time that suits you best and follow this link to join the Zoom meeting.
Flying High Zoom meeting

Presentation

Discover the stories of Army Pilots from the past 100 years, in this online webinar led by Dan Ball from the Army Flying Museum

Ranging from the daring Royal Engineers in their balloons, the Victoria Cross recipients of the newly formed Royal Flying Corps to the daring missions of the Glider Pilot regiment, to the pilots of the modern Army Air Corps of today.

You’ll be able to view vintage news clips of the predecessors of the army air corps. You’ll also hear some stories about the aircraft and the people who flew them, and learn why they were pivotal to the development of the army’s air section from WW1, WW2 and through to the present day.

Duration 60 minutes

OPENING TIMES

Monday 13 September: 1400 & 1930
Tuesday 14 September: 1930
Wednesday 15 September: 1400 & 1930
Friday 17 September: 1930

ACCESS

A good Internet connection will be required, and the sound turned on for your computer, tablet or smartphone.

COVID-19 Considerations

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

Additional Information

www.armyflying.com

 

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ORGANISED BY

Dan Ball, Outreach Officer, Army Flying Museum

 

DIRECTIONS

Online presentation – can be accessed via your own device, in the comfort of your own armchair, from anywhere in the World…