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I note that the Museum of Army Flying at Middle Wallop (on the Andover to Salisbury Road) have a notice of some commemoration of the formation of the RFC May 12th.

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Sandie Hayes

Full details: http://www.armyflyin...FC%20Advert.pdf

Royal Flying Corps Centenary Event

FREE EVENT Saturday 12th May 2012 10am - 4.30pm

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Flying Corps the museum is hosting a one day celebration event.

Entrance to the museum displays will be free.

A range of historic aircraft will be arriving and on display for visitors to enjoy.brate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Flying Corps the museum is hosting a one day celebration event. Entrance to the museum displays will be free. A range of amazing historic aircraft will be arriving and on display for visitors to enjoy. The new play park will be opened to the public from 11am. celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Royal Flying Corps the museum is hosting a one day celebration event.

Entrance to the museum displays will be free. A range of amazing historic aircraft will be arriving and on display for visitors to enjoy. The new play park will be opened to the public from 11am.

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