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Museum’s New Simulator Opens
A Second World War ‘combat’ simulator has recently been made available for the public to ‘fly’. The simulator, located in the Merston Hall, has been constructed from a Link trainer fuselage and uses a simulator software program that enables the pilot to shoot down enemy aircraft. The simulator is already proving popular with our younger visitors and was built by three of the team that constructed the Museum’s Lightning cockpit simulator (Pete Pitman, Bob Goodrick and Kieran Wisely). It has been provided with a backdrop mural painted by two more of the Museum’s volunteers, Jack Froulich and Len Outridge.
The Museum’s AGM held on Thursday, 27th April was attended by some 30 members of the Trust Company. Having served as a Trustee for…
On 22 April the Museum hosted 60 Dutch and Canadian students on the 2017 Frank Graham liberation cycle tour. This year’s tour theme is…
A new book entitled ‘Tangmere’s Own: Pilots who served King and Country from a Sussex airfield, 1918-1958’ has recently been published by the Museum….