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Touchscreen Displays

In a major new innovation for the Museum an interactive touchscreen display telling the story of the WAAF is being introduced this year. It includes rare video clips and sound archive material in addition to many fascinating photographs which give an important insight into the many important functions performed by the ladies of the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force over the years.

A further touchscreen display telling the story of the Home Front and the Air War on Britain is in preparation and expected to be introduced in late February or early March.

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