207 and 214 Squadrons started from similar roots during WW1.
A very interseting site including photographs from 214 Squadron tanker years. This site was compiled by Pete Biggadike who spent 5 years with No 214 Squadron from 1972 until 1977.
198 Squadron Archives
A very comprehensive site of the highest standards covering the activities and history of the RAF 198 Fighter Squadron. This is a first and last stop for friends and family of the 198 and those researching the fighter Squadrons. The numerous rare photographs and first hand accounts also make it a must visit for those who simply enjoy reading about military aviation or WW2 history.
This site is dedicated to the men and women who served with 4 Group, Bomber Command, 51 Squadron during World War II and to all those who gave the supreme sacrifice.
RAF 100 Group Association
Janine Harrington, Secretary
RAF 100 Group Association
7 Ashley Court
Tel: 01723 512544
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Who We Are Established by Royal Charter in 1917, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission pays tribute to the 1,700,000 men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the two world wars
BBC Peoples War
The BBC asked the public to contribute their memories of World War Two to a website between June 2003 and January 2006. This archive of 47,000 stories and 15,000 images is the result.
Pingat Jasa Malaysia Medal
In 2005 the Malaysian Government approached the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to seek approval to present their new medal, known as the Pingat Jasa Malaysia, to British veterans and others who served in operations in Malaya/Malaysia between August 1957 and August 1966.
Royal Air Forces Register of Associations
If your looking to make contact with one of the British and Commonwealth Squadron Associations, this is your first stop. The various Associations are invariably the best source of information if your looking for a veteran or information on a particular squadron.
The RAF Association
The RAF Association (RAFA) is a membership organisation of serving and former members of the Royal Air Force, their families and dependants and all those supporting the aims of the Association. It is the largest single-service membership organisation in the United Kingdom and has roughly 80,000 members and 500 Branches in the UK, Europe and further afield. The Association provides help, assistance, comradeship and, where required, welfare and care for the whole RAF family.
The offical newspaper of the Royal Air Force
11 (AC) Squadron Association
The oldest heavier-than-air flying machine squadron in the world; one that continues to be operational with a history going back to the beginning of the last century.
The Stirling Bomber
The Short Stirling was the RAF's first four engined bomber of the second World War. It took a major part in the strategic offensive until 1943, then it was switched to transport duties. Stirling crews gallantly played a major role in the Arnhem landing after towing gliders to Normandy, and again during the Rhine crossing.
Australian War Memorial
The Memorial is a unique Australian national institution that combines a shrine, a world-class museum and an extensive archive.
The website can help you to plan your visit to the Memorial, research your family history, learn more about Australia’s involvement in overseas conflict and peacekeeping, discover items in the vast national collection - ranging from works of art, photographs and militaria, to relics such as aircraft, tanks and guns, purchase a book, photographic image or souvenir from the online shop.
Airforce Association Of Canada
A website of the very highest calibre. It is well designed and and not just extremely interesting to browse, it is also packed to overflow with invaluable research material. Be prepared to spend hours, it's like a good book you just can't put down.
American National WW2 Memorial
The World War II Memorial honors the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the U.S., the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home.
Spurensuche in Schleswig - Holstein
Flugabwehr - Flugzeugabstürze - Militärische Anlagen im Kieler Umland 1939 - 1945. Nils Hemple is a researcher from Kiel Germany who for years now has been researching the aircraft that have crashed in and around the Kiel area. This research involves a detailed investigation and search of the actual crash sites and a reconstruction of the aircrafts final moments.
Cartmel Valley War Memorials
The amazing ongoing research of Howard Martin to trace the veterans of both wars on the Cartmel Memorial as well as the immediate Cartmel area. The amount of time and effort he has selflessly devoted to this project and his site is unimaginable.
A comprehensive site covering the activities and history of the RAF 113 Squadron in the Middle East fighting both the Japanese and Germans. The 113 was a bomber squadron initially, flying Blenheims in the deserts of North Africa, Greece, Crete, India and Burma. It later converted to a fighter Squadron flying Hurricanes and Thunderbolts throughout Burma. The Squadron has an incredible rich history which has to be read to be believed. This includes direct support of the army and a key role in driving Gen Rommel from the desserts of North Africa to flying in Monsoons driving the Japanese from the Jungles of Burma with the famous American Flying Tigers. No squadron in RAF history was wiped out more times, sustained higher losses or fought in more theatres than the 113.
Home of the RAF station MARHAM. An extensive wonderfully laid out site that covers every aspect of this famous station. It is not only for those that have a connection to the Marham station or the Squadrons, there is something for every aviation enthusiast both young and old. Drop in for a visit, you will not be dissapointed.