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There are now Twitter and Facebook accounts which reflect the trend towards social media covering some aspects of 10 Squadron and the Association.

These are totally separate from the Association website and both are managed by non-ex-RAF members.

Any posts on these accounts by subscribers do not reflect any official views nor those held by the Association Committee. The posting of photographs there may also be subject to copyright issues which are outside the Association’s control. Classified information should never be posted on social media as this will incur security issues also outside the remit of the Association. A word of caution in using these aspects of social media is to be encouraged.

Nevertheless we welcome this move into the social media world and are grateful to those who are helping spread the word. Assistance in helping administer these facilities would be appreciated by those involved. Visit the sites to learn more.

For Twitter see: https://twitter.com/10Association

This may be viewed by all but non-subscribers to Twitter will be unable to interact.

For Facebook see: www.facebook.com/10SqnAssociation

Facebook subscribers are invited to ‘follow’ and ‘ like’ the page to enable a wider distribution.



A Defence Discount Service Privilege Card entitles all serving AND past members of the Services and their family relatives to obtain substantial discounts on shop and on-line purchases ranging from cars and holidays to smaller domestic items and services.  The card costs £4.99 and is valid for 5 years.  See below for further details.  It seems churlish not to get one for just an outlay of only £4.99.

For further information and for a Card Application which may be made on-line, visit: www.defencediscountservice.co.uk  or by telephone 01509 - 233446

After filling in the Application Form via their website, proofs of ID and past service are required.  These may be Service Pension Payment Advice statements (with any private financial information suitably redacted), pages from your Record of Service, or other ID documents listed on their website.

Note:  Please do not contact the Association if you have any questions about the above: ask the Defence Discount Service direct.

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Did you know that if you served in HM Armed Forces at any time, you are entitled to receive, free of charge, a small lapel badge as shown above?  This can be done easily by opening the pdf file containing the

Veterans Badge Application Form.pdf         and posting to the address on the bottom of the form. 

Alternatively you can visit the Veterans website      http://www.veterans-uk.info/vets_badge/vets_badge.htm

Here you may download the form,...............  


Planned to be built  in Lincoln, an appeal for which was launched in 2013, the Centre will be a fitting memorial to the men and women from 60 nations who served with Bomber Command between 1939 and 1945.

See the latest update and appeal for funding request by clicking on the title below:


International Bomber Command Centre Appeal

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To enable our viewers to see what the Latest Additions are to the website, without having to scroll through all the various menus, a list of the latest additions will be posted here for a few months. Be advised that content addition to our Archives section is a continuous process and latest additions are not listed here but are coloured blue in the archives themselves.

Articles that are added to the Crewroom may not be posted here since that menu is one of continual addition.




All aircrew are required to complete a personal log book which lists details of their flights.

These are the RAF Form 414 – Pilots Flying Log Book, and the RAF Form 1767 – Aircrew Flying Log Book for other aircrew categories.

 It is unusual, particularly after WW2 on a large-crewed aircraft, to find the whole crew listed for a particular flight.  Usually it is only the captain's name recorded in the "crew" column on the page.

Regrettably there is limited space available in the 'Spare' column on a log book’s page, and hence, often due to the modesty of the individual, it is rare to find specific reference to incidents that occurred during a particular flight.

  For example, we learn from an RFC communiqué, that on 26 October 1915, in combat, an injured 10 Squadron Observer somehow managed to move from the front cockpit of his spinning BE2c into the back in order to take control from his incapacitated pilot. He landed the aircraft and they both survived!  It would be interesting to find their log book entries for that particular flight!

 This section portrays some of the 10 Sqn History annals which may not have been recorded in Squadron members’ personal log books.  It also contains articles that just don't seem to fit in anywhere else.

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