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News: From the Archive: Watching over the Fleet - 236 OCU

Published 26 May 2016, 12:30

A view of a King George V class battleship and her destroyer escort taken from a maritime patrol Lancaster III.


News: Canberra Set For UK Restoration

Published 20 May 2016, 09:40

An iconic English Electric Canberra, the record-breaking WK163, is to be returned to flight by Vulcan to the Sky, the team which restored Vulcan XH558.


News: WIN! Fantastic prizes in our 100th issue competition!

Published 26 August 2015, 10:32

To celebrate the 100th issue of Britain at War magazine our friends at Bachmann are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a limited edition Dambusters’ 70th Anniversary Set worth £249.99.


News: New project for Airfix

Published 29 July 2015, 10:30 have announced an exciting new project - KitStarter.


News: Back to the beaches – Dunkirk Evacuation 75th anniversary commemorations

Published 1 June 2015, 09:06

The War and Peace Display Team, part of Rex Cadman’s War and Peace brand, was proud to be invited to take part in the recent Dunkirk Evacuation 75th anniversary commemorations, providing military vehicles for the five-days of the event.


News: HRH the Duke of Kent to open Tank Factory Exhibition

Published 23 March 2015, 10:23

Royal Patron to cut the ribbon with WW2 factory worker on 26th March


News: Newark Air Museum Appeal - Tribute to the V-Force 2014

Published 21 January 2014, 14:18

Later this year the Newark Air Museum is hosting its fourth (4th) Tribute to the V-Force event, which is taking place on Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 May, 2014.


News: Can you help decipher Kamikaze insignia?

Published 11 December 2013, 11:18

A rare Japanese kamikaze aircraft, an Ohka 2, which has been hanging from the rafters of the Fleet Air Arm Museum for over 30 years, has been removed in preparation for a new display to commemorate the War in the Pacific.

Now available for closer inspection, it has revealed some intriguing markings which the Museum are seeking help in translating.