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AIRCREW ASSOCIATION
ARCHIVE TRUST

The Trust wants to record your memories as aircrew and to make sure that key archive material is carefully preserved and available for research and display.

Please think carefully before discarding any aircrew memorabilia and consider offering it to the Trust instead.

See the Trust page for details.


AIRCREW ASSOCIATION
CHARITABLE FUND

The Charitable Fund aims to provide speedy 'first aid' financial assistance, if required, to those who would qualify as full members of the ACA or their dependants. See HERE for details.

 

RAF Bomber Command Memorial Day
at the Victory Services Club

The Victory Services Club, a military charity based in Marble Arch that will be honouring the unveiling of the RAF Bomber Command Memorial on Thursday 28th June at 12noon in Green Park with a day of activities for members at the Club. We have members who have travelled from as far afield as Australia to be part of this momentous occasion.

At 1pm the wonderful Swinging Sweethearts will be performing in our Club Lounge Bar where we are offering all RAF veterans and RAF serving armed force personnel a free print of Greene King IPA on the day! At 1.45pm there will be a RAF Bomber Command luncheon held in our Grill Room hosted by our CEO Brigadier Roy Lennox.

The Victory Services Club is a Tri-Service, All Ranks Club for both serving and retired members of the Armed Forces including the Reserves. Membership is open to All Ranks of the British Armed Forces (Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army and the Royal Air Force) with over 49,000 members.  The Royal Air Force membership accounts for over 7,000 of our members.

Swinging Sweethearts & VSC Club Lounge Bar

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More about The Victory Services Club

The Victory Services Club is a Tri-Service, All Ranks Club for both serving and retired members of the Armed Forces including the Reserves. Membership is open to All Ranks of the British Armed Forces (Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army and the Royal Air Force) and those of all Allied, Commonwealth and NATO countries. Serving and Retired members of the Armed Forces, their families, widows and widowers are all welcome. The Club offers the bedroom facilities at a 50% discount to those returning on R&R through their “Haven for Heroes” scheme that was launched back in 2007.  It has 192 bedrooms, a restaurant, a bar, a reading room, and substantial events and conferencing facilities for re-unions both large and small.  

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