The Aeroplane Monthly magazine
The world's most widely respected historic aviation
magazine with in-depth historical features, preservation news and
unrivalled photographic quality.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum
One of the world's largest aircraft museums and home to the
history and heritage of the Fleet Air Arm.
http://www.faaba.co.uk The Fleet Air Arm Buccaneer
This Association is open to all
personnel who maintained or flew the Buccaneer aircraft during its service
with the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy in the sixties and seventies
Warbird Photography at its best, featuring
the stunning photography of Lani Muche.
Available for Private and Commercial Sales and Licensing)
http://www.deltaweb.co.uk/sallyb/ The Sally B B-17 Preservation Society
Sally B is the only airworthy
B-17 in the UK, where she flies as a memorial to the USAAF in Europe.
Based at the Imperial War Museum at Duxford in the UK, she is
maintained by a dedicated team of professional volunteers with the
backing of one of the largest supporters' clubs of its type in the world -
the Sally B Supporters' Club. This special aircraft has flown
regularly at air shows in Europe for more than two decades.
Thunder and Lightnings
A fine site containing details and images of British
military aircraft of the 1950s and 1960s, including the Supermarine
Scimitar, Blackburn Buccaneer, DH Sea Vixen, Hawker Sea Hawk and Fairey
Gannet. Details are given of "last survivors".
Friends of the 385th Bomb Group
of the USAAF
This site is dedicated to the history of the WW2
airmen and crewmen of the 385th Bomb Group. The group was composed of four
Bomb Squadrons, the 548th, 549th, 550th and 551st. As its first Commander
was Colonel Vandevanter, the Group were known as "Van's Valiants".
The 385th BG was located at Great Ashfield, Suffolk, England.
Forces Reunited is the largest dedicated UK
database of forces and ex-forces personnel on the web, and is run by
Comrades and Colleagues
An excellent forces reunion site with a huge
database of military units in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, where you
can browse through lists of regiments, ships, squadrons, battalions etc,
to find old comrades and colleagues.
The FISGARD Association
If you have ever been an Artificer Apprentice,
this is your site. The aim of this "old-school" Association is to bring
together those who spent some or most of their formative years in HMS
FISGARD or in the FISGARD Squadron.
Excellent reunion sites dedicated to the WW2 air and ground crews of the USAAF 385th Bomb Group.
Welcome to the Home Page
of all Ex Royal Navy, Sea Vixen, Fleet Air Arm Personnel, Families,
Friends, and Interested Parties. This site
is Dedicated to Our Lost Sea Vixen Aircrew and to document the history
of the Sea Vixen thus ensuring that this tragic story can be told to the
generations to come.
The Web sites of David Hanson
An excellent collection of sites containing an
equally awesome collection of data and images of seemingly every US
military aircraft that ever took to the air, plus details of visits to
ancient sites of the Mayans, Egyptians and Incas. Compiled, published and
maintained privately by David Hanson.
Find your RN friends
Ex-RN EM(A) Ian Martin's great site for searching for long
lost RN, Army or Royal Air Force friends, plus school pals and former work
colleagues - even if you can't remember their names!
Air-Britain (Historians) Ltd
is THE International Association of Aviation Historians run by enthusiasts
providing information, second to none, for enthusiasts worldwide.
Find an Old Friend (Royal Navy,
A great people-finder run by
Robin Brown who will go out of his way to find colleagues you've lost
Looking for your
old service pals? Try OldOppos.co.uk
Provides the most up to date information on
illnesses, this includes
Malignant Mesothelioma. They have a
team of patient advocates that work one on one with patients and their
families connecting them with doctors, treatment centres, support groups
and much more during and after diagnosis. Asbestos Exposure has effected
Navy veterans and they are still
paying the price today. The Navy finally stopped filling ships with
asbestos in the early '70s, but those vessels remained in use for many
years after the production stopped. Mesothelioma symptoms often doesn't
appear until 20 to 50 years after the initial exposure, and the
varies upon the stage of this cancer.
The Mesothelioma and Asbestos Awareness Center
Mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer that
occurs in the lining of the body's internal organs, a thin layer of cells
known as the mesothelium, which gives mesothelioma its name. While very
thin, this layer of cells is vitally important to organ function and the
health of the inner body structures. There are three recognized types of
Pleural mesothelioma occurs in the pleural lining of the lungs and is
the most common form of the disease. Peritoneal mesothelioma occurs within
the peritoneum, which lines the abdominal cavity and is the second most
common form of the disease. Pericardial mesothelioma is the rarest variety
of the disease and occurs in the pericardial lining of the heart. The
primary cause of
mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos, though other factors, such as
smoking may increase the likeliness of mesothelioma in certain
Many ships in the Royal Navy and the U.S Navy had asbestos built into
them. Accordingly, many ex-servicemen suffer from this disease today. A
visit to this site may therefore be of value to ex-navy personnel.
- Information & Support
For those diagnosed with mesothelioma, an
asbestos-related cancer of the lining of the lung (pleura) or the lining
of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum), finding a credible source of
information about the disease itself and the medical options available, is
of the highest priority. After years of research and synthesis of
information, we have assembled a web site and packet for patients and
their loved ones. We hope you find this web site helpful.
Lung Cancer Answers
informational website about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of lung
cancer, including details on the different types of lung cancer and how
doctors determine which stage the cancer is in. Screening techniques for
lung cancer and the epidemiology of the disease are explained. This is a
non-profit site with no connections to any pharmaceutical companies or
veterans contract lung cancer after being exposed to asbestos when they
were in the service.
you’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma and you’re worried about your
health, your family and your future, you need a specialist. We can help.
At mesotheliomaspecialists.org we can help you find the best mesothelioma
specialists in your area and provide you and your family with the comfort,
support and security you need to move forward through treatment.
team of experts will provide you with the vital services that you need to
make the best choices for your treatment options.
http://www.daysh.com The web site of the web master,
The source for digital imaging, e-business card presentations, digital
catalogues and converting home videos to DVD
Everything you need to know about Malta, past and present.
The site includes links to interesting civil and military aviation images.