From Auster to Apache, the birth of the Army Air Corps


20 September 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

'From Auster to Apache, the birth of the Army Air Corps' will cover the birth of the WW2 RAF Air Observation Pilot squadrons and the post war events which led to the formation of the AAC as an independent striking force. 

James Munro will be weaving the talk  around one particular aircraft - or series of aircraft - all of whom bore the name 'Dickson Pioneer'.

It will be a tale of gallantry, skullduggery, double dealing and the intervention of several tons of American cheese.

A curry supper is available from the The Museum of Flying's Apache Cafe team from 6pm (vegetarian meal also offered). Curry suppers are limited to 60, so book now to avoid disappointment.

£10.00
 – From Auster to Apache, the birth of the Army Air Corps - Lecture
£7.50
 – From Auster to Apache, the birth of the Army Air Corps - Curry Supper