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RAF Museum Trenchard Lecture in Air Power Studies - The Trick Cyclists: Neuropsychiatry and the Management of Aerial Warfare in the Royal Air Force, 1939-1945

Lynsey Shaw Cobden of the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine at the University of Oxford will discuss neuropsychiatry in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. 487 more words

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Stop Press – Thursday 28 November

The evening was a great success with my son Alexander and I meeting over 120 engineering students and 180 RAeS members. 229 more words

Back Stories

Gliders Might Improve Pilots’ Upset Flying Skills

Pilots seeking to improve their manual flying skills should consider trying gliders, according to Captain Sarah Kelman. The former women’s world gliding champion and EasyJet… 303 more words


New Chairman for Friends of Bath Abbey

Retired engineer Professor Jeffrey Jupp has been appointed as chairman of The Friends of Bath Abbey.

Professor Jupp recently took over the role from former chairman Dr John Wroughton following an official handover during the Abbeys’ Patronal Festival. 676 more words

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Event - Ethics of Unmanned Combat Air Systems, Royal Aeronautical Society in association with RAF Shawbury

On 23rd of July 2013 RAF Shawbury in association with the Royal Aeronautical Society will host a discussion on the Ethics of Unmanned Combat Air Systems. 104 more words

War Studies

Ross reblogged this on Thoughts on Military History and commented:

Details of interesting event being hosted between the Royal Aeronautical Society and RAF Shawbury on a topical and controversial issue. It is good to see RAeS publically engaging with this debate.

Sir Sydney Camm Memorial Lecture at the Royal Aeronautical Society

The 21st Century Changing Character of Air Power

Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton GCB ADC LLD(Hon) BSc FRAeS CCMI RAF

Chief of the Air Staff, … 498 more words

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