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The Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Ring is dedicated to maintain the bond of Royal Navy and Commonwealth naval aviation and its heritage of aircraft, air squadrons, warships and aircraft carriers, naval air stations, associations, men and women.

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   HMS Ajax Commission III Magazine Home Page Preview Go
An online reproduction of the official onboard production of the 3rd commission magazine of HMS Ajax by a crew member at the time, 1966-1968.
   Fleet Air Arm Bulletin Board Preview Go
Online Fleet Air Arm Bulletin Board 1939-1945 - the place where you can add comments or ask questions about the Fleet Air Arm or Naval Aviation in World War Two. If you have any requests for information about the Fleet Air Arm or Naval Aviation in general ask them here.
   Fleet Air Arm Archive 1939-1945 Preview 1 review(s) — Go
Portway to British and Commonwealth FAA and naval aviation history 1939-1945, with 1000 pages

   Fleet Air Arm, FAA, Equator, Crossing the Line, India, Preview Go
WW2 Photos, Crossing the Line, Ceylon, India, HMS Carriers, Scotland, Ireland
   HMS Daedalus History - RNAS Lee on Solent Preview Go
The Daedalus Virtual Aviation Heritage website - is about the heritage of the former Fleet Air Arm and RAF Headquarters at Lee-on-the-Solent, 1917-2001. It includes virtual aircraft collections, airfield architecture info and a detailed history of the site, as well as a guest book to find lost shipmates or leave your memories.
   Fleet Air Arm Veteran 830 squadron: SWL Campbell Preview Go
Stew Campbell joined 830 Squadron in Malta in July 1941, where he flew Swordfish against ships supplying Rommel's Afrika Korps. He was captured by the Italians and held at Montalbo, Padula and Bologna, before being transferred to Marlag Nord in Germany. He escaped in January 1944, after which he was a test pilot with ATDU near Gosport, and then Senior Pilot with 811, the first FAA Mosquito Squadron.
   Friends of HMS Vengeance - Aircraft Carrier Appeal Preview Go
Site launched to help raise funds to save the last British Built Second World War Aircraft Carrier and bring her back to the UK as a RN and FAA Museum
   FAA Community Home page Preview Go
Site established to promote networking in the Fleet Air Arm Community for open discussion and debate on all things Fleet Air Arm and Naval Aviation - past, present and future. Everyone is welcome.
   Oban Royal Air Force Station, Scotland - The Flying Bo Preview Go
Oban Royal Air Force Station. A site about the flying boat squadrons stationed at Oban during world war II, and the alleged conspiracy surrounding the death of The Duke of Kent, his links with Nazis, Hitler and Rudolph Hess
   Tales from the Scuttlebutt Preview Go
A collection of anecdotes, funny experiences and nautical yarn contributed by people belonging to the Merchant Marine and Navy, witha few cartoons too.

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