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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.

                                          Pilots_Log_Book     Aircrew_Log_Book





It is with regret that we learn of the deaths of past 10 Squadron members.

We will remember them.

Latest news, rumours, gossip and  inside info........Just the sort of thing you would have heard around the Crewroom coffee bar.

This replaces the old 'paper' newsletter 'Items of Interest'.

Please write in with contributions.



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This category has been created to include items that are additional to the History of No 10 Squadron, as chronicled in the 2015 Centennial year book 'From Brooklands to Brize'.  It is anticipated that it should serve as the collection point for information which it is hoped, may be of use to those who elect to write the 2nd Century of the Squadron's history in 2115.  Sadly the authors of the 1st edition regret that they will no longer be with us then to assist.!

Also included here is an article listing Errata for the 1st edition and corrected facts which have come to light since its publication in November 2015.

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Runnymede Mem

The Runnymed Air Forces Memorial Entrance

The Air Forces Memorial usually known as The RAF Runnymede Memorial is situated at Cooper's Hill Lane, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey TW20 0LB
Opened in 1953, it is the location where all those lost without a known grave are remembered.