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The Aircrew Association Archive Trust dissolved as a charity on 30 June 2020.

Nevertheless, the ACA Archive at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington will endure and continues to welcome contributions.

The Archive exists to record memories and memorabilia of military aircrew and to make sure that key material is carefully preserved and available for research and display.

Please think carefully before discarding any relevant material and consider offering it to the Trust.

See the Trust page for details of how to make contact with the ACA Archivist, who will be delighted to assist.

24TH JULY 2013

Opening of the new ACA Building at 1200 hours

Most members of the former AirCrew Association (ACA) will be aware that a lasting memorial to the Association in the form of a new building to house the ACA Archive will be commemorated on Wednesday the 24th July 2013 at the former RAF Elvington York by permission of the Yorkshire Air Museum (YAM) Trustees.

All members of the ACA are invited to attend along with their guests and entry to the YAM on the day is FREE.

A large gathering is expected to attend what is likely to be the final corporate event of the Association.

Those attending are advised to arrive in good time for the formal ceremony which will start at midday.

Officials from the YAM and ex-Presidents and Council members of the ACA are attending. ACM Sir Andrew Wilson (ACA President 1977 to 2003) will formally open the ACA Building.

A local band “Mr Jazz” will play from 1100hrs and after a short ceremony.

The YAM NAAFI will be open for coffee/tea/drinks & meals before and after the proceedings.

Please wear ACA ties and hats – and  medals!

For further information contact Air Cdre Jack Broughton by email : or or telephone 01704 573616