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2007 – Tangmere’s jubilee year

2007 is indeed a milestone year for the Museum. From a small, though undeniably enthusiastic beginning in 1982 the Tangmere Military Aviation Museum has grown into an established and respected force in the history of military aviation in the UK. From one aircraft our collection has now grown to 14, a handful of exhibits has grown into a very large and fascinating collection – and continues to grow all the time. We asked the Curator to give us a view of how he sees the further development of the Museum in 2007:

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