The Army Flying Museum have teamed up with REME Museum for an exciting two-part online lecture partnership that traces the history of REME Aviation, from Auster to Apache. Discover REME’s vital role in supporting the Army Air Corps from its inception in 1957 to the present day.
Part 1 – ‘The REME Aviation Story’ will highlight how the “Repair Forward” principle REME deployed in WW2 and later conflicts was applied to support Army and Royal Marines aircraft. It will also showcase the incredible skills of the Technicians and Engineering Officers and how they have kept pace with the latest technology. Find out more at 7pm on Monday 31st January and ask an expert REME panel your questions in the live Q&A.
Part 2 – ‘REME Aviation People’ is at 7pm on Monday 21st February and both events will be available for catch up viewing afterwards.