The history of REME Aviation

A Hampshire Military Museum is joining forces with the REME Museum to deliver two online lectures tracing the history of REME aviation.

The Army Flying Museum, based in Middle Wallop, is collaborating with members of the REME (Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers) to tell their story of supporting the Army Air Corps from its inception in 1957 to the present day.

The lectures, part of the museum’s popular online event programme will come under the banner REME Aviation – from Auster to Apache, and will kick off at 7pm on Monday 31 January with The REME Aviation Story.

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