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Our latest publication, "Wings Over Mesopotamia, Air War in Iraq 1914 - 18" was launched at our AGM at RAF Museum, Hendon, on Saturday 22nd April - and is now available to buy in the web shop. More details here.

If you've not yet renewed, I'm afraid your membership of the society has lapsed, and you won't be on the mailing list for issue 48/1 - see below - which is leaving the printers week ending March 17th. It's time to resubscribe! Your free access to our new Member's Area has also lapsed. This is a research information resource that we'll be building during the year - so watch this space! Click here to resubscribe: 2017 Membership.

We've still a handful of 2017 Calendars available: grab one here before they're all gone!

Issue 20 of our acclaimed free email newsletter Wind in the Wires went out late in February. Subscribe here to receive future issues, and/or email me if you'd like to be sent the back numbers. We've over 1,150 subscribers - and it's free - so why not see what you're missing? PLEASE NOTE that if you think you've subscribed, but haven't received your issue, you'd do well to check your spam filter(s)!

The new, completely re-written, version of The Sky Their Battlefield (Mark II) has had all the original content thoroughly updated and expanded, revealing the stories of almost 17,000 WW1 air personnel. You can find out more about this indescribably useful book on Trevor Henshaw's site: www.theskytheirbattlefield2.com - or just buy (or, if your birthday's coming up soon, point your relatives towards) it on this site in softback or hardback editions.

We have an active Facebook page, cared for by Adrian Roberts; plus an increasingly popular twitter account @crosscockade which is also climbing in popularity!


Lt Col CJ Burke DSO: Flying Corps Heavyweight: by Paul Hare

The "Jewish Pilot" who bombed Be'er-Sheva: by Elimor Makevet

Captured German Aircraft, Part One: by Paul Leaman

Castellorizo, and the Loss of HMS Ben-my-Chree: by Ian Burns and Gunter Hartnagel

Late War Trio: by Colin Owers

Plus we have all the usual departments - Editorial, Fabric, Recce, Bookshelf et al

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