Project Propeller is an annual reunion for 150+ WWII aircrew, to which they are flown from all over the UK in light aircraft by current volunteer pilots. The Evening Standard described it rather well here.
VENUE: Project Propeller is pleased to announce that our next event will be held at:
RAF Cosford opened in 1938 as a joint aircraft maintenance, storage and technical training unit and has remained mainly a training unit to this day.
The airfield is now home to the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, which you will be able to visit on the day. (B/W photos: Paul Morton)INVITATION: If you served in any capacity as WWII aircrew, then you would be very welcome. Each year, the aircrew have a wonderful day out when they are able to meet up with former colleagues, enjoy lunch, live wartime music and the facilities of the venue and, most importantly, get airborne once again. Please register and we will try to pair you up with a pilot and aircraft from a local airfield to fly you to the meeting.
REGISTRATION: Whether you are a former WWII aircrew member (friend or former foe), a current qualified pilot willing to fly in a veteran, or a volunteer helper, we invite you to join us by registering for the ultimate WWII aircrew reunion.
BRIEFING NOTES: Registered volunteer pilots should consult the RAF Cosford PILOT BRIEFING. Slot times have been allocated by the PP organisers (firstname.lastname@example.org) as usual.
REMINDER: AIRCRAFT CROWN INDEMNITY INSURANCE IS INDISPENSIBLE
HOW YOU CAN HELP
34 Dorset Square
London NW1 6QJ
e-mail: ian [at] projectpropeller.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0)20 7262 4709