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Historic squadron gets Poseidon

One of Britain’s oldest squadrons has re-formed at RAF Lossiemouth,...

Britain’s Aircraft Industry

AT EASETriumphs and Tragedies since 1909 This well written...

22 Yards from disaster

GALLIPOLI EVACUATIONSIn December 1915, plans were mounted to...

‘Lucky’ far thing found under Victory’s mast

A farthing coin has gone on display at the Portsmouth Historic...

PEARSON’S PERSEVERANCE

The medals awarded to Company Sergeant Major Percy Pearson, who...

I ser ved with ‘Black Jack’

I found the article Running the Gauntlet (September 2021) about...

THE ‘QUIET MAN’S’ WAR

WING COMMANDER PAUL FARNES DFMShortly before his death, Wing...

The Longest Yards

ESCAPING KABULThe Washington Post correspondent Susannah George...

Hover Force ‘Live Fire’ Experience

AT EASE If you have ever wanted to loose some lead with...

D-Day sapper soldiers on

Veteran George Batts, MBE, Ld’H, who lobbied for the building...

Operation Jubilee Dieppe, 1942: The Folly and the Sacrifice

Patrick Bishop

BOOK OF THE MONTH EVERYTHING you need to know about...

Patrick Bishop
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Field Post

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From the Editor

WELCOME RAF PERSONNEL HANDING OUT FOOD, DRINK, TOYS...

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High FASION

THE DENISON SMOCKFormer paratrooper Craig Allen explores the...

TOG II* brick set

AT EASE At 80 tonnes, the TOG II* is an incredible British...

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Century-lost soldier given official headstone

A British soldier killed in 1914 has received a Commonwealth...

Back with a Bang

TANKFEST 2021More than 15,000 people attended Tankfest 2021,...

Alanbrooke: a Conversation

VISCOUNT ALANBROOKEAuthor of Churchill’s Right-hand Critic,...

Star of Stone

NORWEGIAN SPITFIREResidents of a Staffordshire market town came...

New hope for minesweeper with royal link

HMS Bronington, one of the last wooden-hulled warships, was commissioned...

THE EMPIRE BRAND

EDWARD, THE PEOPLE’S PRINCEPart II of IIIn the post-war world,...

FOR EVERY SAILOR AFLOAT EVERY SOLDIER AT THE FRONT

Those in the Indian Army were not forgotten, either. Evidence...

HERO of the MONTH

Lord Ashcroft

Captain Harold Ackroyd VC, MC, MD “His heroism was...

Lord Ashcroft

Man OF THE Moment

VISCOUNT ALANBROOKEGiven his position and access to the prime...

Night Tourists

EXETER BLITZ The recent discovery of a German 1,000kg bomb in...

Steel is cut on the first Type 31

Defence secretary Ben Wallace kickstarted production of the Type...

Secret map boards found in Malta

A five-year, £290,000 project has restored Malta’s wartime...

Chelmsford at War

AT EASE Packed with rare photos and maps of where every...