Sebastian Cox, Head of the Air Historical Branch of the Royal Air Force delivered a simply superb lecture on 100 years of the RAF entitled ‘Of Men, Machines and Myths’.

He started with the very early B2 used in 1914 powered by a 70 horse power engine (a mystery it even got off the ground) through to unmanned remotely piloted guided drones.

He was not only a brilliant speaker who knew his subject to a fault but entertained us along the way with a string of amusing anecdotes (mainly poking fun at the Navy!).


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