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RIBBON STONE

20 July 2022

The Association has had its own stone made which is now incorporated in the IBCC Lincoln’s ‘Ribbon of Remembrance’ pathway.

The stone acknowledges the memory of all who have served on the Squadron since its formation in 1915.

 

To date the stone has not yet been ‘officially’ viewed by us and so it is our intention to have an informal get-together at the IBCC before the end of this summer to view the stone.  The date is to be set soon by the current OC10 Wg Cdr Tim Rushworth, who intends to be present to meet us all and ‘inaugurate’ our stone. As one can appreciate, the Squadron has been somewhat busy since February supporting Nato aircraft in eastern Europe as well as carrying out their normal scheduled tasks.

We are hoping that our Mass Mail system will be functioning again before too long and, as and when it is, all members will be notified by email as to the date and time of our IBCC meeting. Meanwhile do keep an eye on the website Home Page and Crewroom sections for any immediate up-to-date news.


 

 

BOMBER COMMAND MEMORIAL  

The 10th Anniversary of the Bomber Command Memorial’s inauguration was celebrated on 26 June in an Act of Remembrance service there and afterwards a reception was held across the road at No 128 Piccadilly in the RAF Club.

A wreath, remembering WW2’s 10 Sqn Halifax crews, was laid at the Memorial by our Chairman Mike Westwood on behalf of the Association and also attending were the sons of two former Halifax crew members, Fred Tiller (Jnr) and Mark Fickling.

The Order of Service for the event may be seen in this pdf file:

Act of Remembrance