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Old 06-28-2008, 12:09 PM   #11
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Open Cockpit Day - The Helicopter Museum

Contact Info:
Locking Moor Road
Weston Super Mare
Somerset
BS24 8PP Tel: 01934 635227
Fax: 01934 645230
Email: helimuseum@btconnect.com

Open Cockpit days allow visitors to have a rare opportunity
to access the cockpits and controls of selected helicopters
and have the controls explained by an experienced guide.

DatesEvents Date: 13 Jul 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30

Events Date: 10 Aug 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30

Events Date: 14 Sep 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30

Events Date: 12 Oct 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30

Events Date: 2 Nov 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 16:30

Events Date: 14 Dec 2008
Day Opening Times
Sunday 10:00 - 16:30

* LAST ADMISSION 1 Hour BEFORE CLOSING

Accessibility
All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
Guide Dogs Permitted
Toilets for Disabled Visitors
Parking & Transport
On site parking
Catering
On-Site café/restaurant


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Old 07-25-2008, 12:55 PM   #12
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Sunderland International Airshow

Saturday 26 Jul 08 - Sunday 27 Jul 08
10.00am - 6.00pm
FREE

Seaburn and Roker
Tel: 0191 553 2000

The award winning Sunderland International Airshow promises to be another fun filled family day out at Seaburn and Roker in Sunderland. Voted England’s Best Tourism Experience, this year’s two-day event will feature an amazing display of aircrafts in the sky and entertainment on the ground. With high-speed jets, precision flying and displays that will take your breath away come down and enjoy the FREE weekend.

Flying Times:
Saturday 1.00pm – 5.00pm
Sunday 1.00pm – 5.30pm

Flying Display
This year’s thrilling national and international display teams will include:

Royal Air Force
The Chinook Helicopter which amazed crowds last year will return again. This versatile helicopter has been involved in most of the recent UK military operations including Afghanistan and Iraq.

The RAF's most advanced fighted aircraft, the Eurofighter Typhoon will be making its third appearance at the show. The Typhoon is an agile, single seat, multi-role aircraft, optimised for high-altitude supersonic air combat, but also capable of operating at much lower levels in air-to-air ground roles.

This year is the RAF's 90th anniversary, The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, comprising of the Lancaster, Hurricane and Spitfire will fly at the show. The historical aircraft from the flight have appeared in all 20 Sunderland International Airshows.The RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team will close the show on Saturday and open the show on Sunday with a dramatic beach landing.

The RAF's premier flying display team, The Red Arrows will amaze the crowds with their spectacular manoeuvres. They will appear on the Sunday only and close the flying programme at approximately 5pm.

Other RAF favourites including the Hawk T1, the Tucano and the Tutor will be back to thrill the crowds.

Royal Navy
The Black Cats Helicopter Display Team will be making a return.

Overseas Military
The Royal Netherlands Air Force will be displaying two different aircrafts, the F-16 and the Augusta Bell. Further international flavour will be added by the Belgian Defence Force Air Component with the F-16.

Civilian
The Blades Aerobatic Team, the dynamic four-plane aerobatic formation team will be making a welcome return.

Role Demo
Seaburn beach and skies are to be the stage for a rescue mission where the UK's armed forces work together in a ficticious but realistic military exercise.

The scenario is based on a rescue mission where UN personnel are captured by a hostile force and held hostage in a coastal enemy camp. Live radio calls and special effects will bring the demonstration alive and give a real feeling of how the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force operate globally.

The impressive 45 minute display will include Awacs, Tornado GR4 and F3’s plus Hawks, Chinook and Sea King Helicopters alongside HMS Southampton and RFA Lyme Bay.

Arena Programme
On the ground, the arena programme includes, the Royal Marines Commando Display Team, the Royal Navy Field Gun Team and The Band of HM Royal Marine’s from Scotland who will perform throughout the day in the arena and also close the event on Saturday with a ceremonial sunset (Saturday only).

The RAF Townshow will be brimming with exhibitions including Harrier and Hawk Aircrafts, School of Fighter Control, Eurofighter Typhoon cockpit and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight trailer.

Visitors to Bede's Cross will have the chance to see a Royal Navy Sea King and Wasp helicopter up close and an Army climbing wall, the Military Police and a mine clearance demonstration.

On The Ground
Flight simulators, exhibitions from Pot Noodle, EA Games and Nintendo and a variety of entertainment will be available across Seaburn and Roker with something to excite and entertain the whole family.
Trade Spaces are still available, please contact Karen Makepeace on 0191 514 8449 or Karen.makepeace@sunderland.gov.uk for further information.

DVD
Airshow enthusiasts will be able to pick up a DVD of the event featuring this years flight displays and role demonstration for just £15.99 plus postage and packaging. DVD's can be pre-ordered at all information points, the autograph marquee and Planes TV's stand throughout the event. When you order a DVD at the event you'll also receive a FREE DVD of the Red Arrows Interactive In-Cockpit.

Programme
You can also pick up a programme for just £3 to make sure you don’t miss any of this action – packed weekend.

Stay Safe
Due to the large crowds expected at the event, please ensure that you:


* Identify a specific meeting point on arrival at the event.
* Attach wristbands to your children, these are available from the information points and police officers, alternatively, provide your child with your mobile phone number.
* Please dress appropriately for the weather.


Park and Ride Information
A Park and Ride shuttle service will operate between 9am and 7pm each day at Fulwell Quarry (near Millers Inn, SR5 1JT) and Community North Sports Complex (Kingsway North, SR5 4BB) and will cost £5.00 per car.

Car parks will be signposted from major routes to Sunderland and supervised throughout the day. Shuttle buses will operate at 10 minute intervals between 9am until 7pm when the car park will close on both days. Please note that the car park will closed at 7pm each evening.

There is limited car parking available at the seafront on a first arrival basis, which is £6.50 per car.

Free parking will be available for orange and blue badge holders on a first come first serve basis in Ocean Park car park, which is located immediately behind Seaburn Leisure Centre.

Temporary Road Closures
There will be temporary road closures to some roads around the event site on Saturday 26th July and Sunday 27th July as follows:

From 9am - 7pm there will be temporary road closures on the A183 Whitburn Road between its junction with Lowry Road, Harbour View and Pier View, plus all access roads between Whitburn Road, Roker Park and Park Avenue. Marine Walk will also be closed from its junction with Pier View. Some roads in Whitburn Village will also be closed.

There will also be temporary closures on roads between Whitburn Road and Park Avenue and Whitburn Road and Whitburn Bents Road (except permit holders).

Between 11am - 7.30pm each day the southbound lane of Lowry Road will be closed to all vehicles except buses.

Thompson Road will operate a one-way system on both days. From 11am - 1.30pm the road will be closed to eastbound trafic only. Traffic will be diverted via Carley Road, Swan Street and Crozier Street to Newcastle Road. From 4pm - 7.30pm the road will be closed to westbound traffic only.

Between 9am - 7.30pm each day Mere Knolis Road between Dykelands Road and Sea Road will be one way northbound only and a one-way southbound restriction will also apply to Prince's Avenue and Sea Lane.

Parking Restrictions
On-street parking is limited and all motorists are requested to park with consideration, particularly for residents. Civil Enforcement Officers (traffic wardens) will be employed on both days to ensure that vehicle congestion and obstruction, particularly along the main access/emergency service routes, is kept to a minimum.

Public Transport
A number of public transport services will serve the seafront.

The nearest Metro Station to the event is Seaburn (15 minutes walk to the seafront). Additional Metro trains will be running on both days.

The following buses will be available to Roker and Seaburn seafront from Sunderland City Centre:
Saturday: E1, E2, E6,24
Sunday: E1, E2, E6, 22

Go North East will be running three special bus services travelling to the event. These are:
A1 from Easington Lane - Hetton le Hole - Houghton le Spring - Seaburn Park
A2 from Washington Galleries - Concord - Sulgrave - Seaburn Park
99 from Hylton Castle - Town End Farm - Southwick - Seaburn Park
Shuttle Bus from Sunderland City Centre (Park Lane Interchange) - Seaburn Park

These routes could be subject to further change upon information from the police or due to additional road closures.

For more details, please contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 or visit Nexus - Welcome to Nexus..

Visitor Information

Accommodation
There are a range of guest houses and hotels located throughout Sunderland.

Attractions
We also have a superb choice of attractions, with something for everyone.
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Old 03-28-2009, 06:54 PM   #13
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2009 dates Announced for Weston Helicopter Museum.

The Helicopter Museum, the World's Largest Dedicated Helicopter Museum.

A three day Helicopter Fly-in and fun spectacular along Weston Sea Front, with
helicopters arriving and departing over the three days and a static display of Military and Civil helicopters plus a Military vehicle display.

The 2009 event will be held on the weekend of 24th to 26th July



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Old 03-28-2009, 06:59 PM   #14
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Welcome to the Tank Museum - Home of the Tank - Royal Armoured Corps 70

Date of Event: 4th April 2009
Time of Event: 10:00 - 17:00
Venue: The Tank Museum
Entry Fee: Standard admission applies


The 4th April 2009 marks the 70th Anniversary of the formation of The Royal Armoured Corps and The Tank Museum will be hosting a special event to celebrate the date that brought the British armoured regiments together.

Normal admission fees will apply and pre-booking will not be necessary – allowing annual ticket holders to re-visit for free (click here for terms and conditions).

FREE Arena Display
Over 20 tanks taking part in live action displays in our impressive new arena.
Selected historic armour from the Royal Armoured Corps past from The Tank Museum collection.

A British Army displaying the vehicles it uses on operations today; including Challenger 2 and Warrior,

See a British Army section attack – complete with blank firing weapons and pyrotechnics.

A special appearance by the RAC Parachute Display Team (Weather permitting)

A NEW 50002ft Exhibition
See our new exhibition “The Tank Story” in our new display hall, which will be admitting the public for the very first time.

“The Tank Story” tells the story of the tank from its World War One origin to the future, and is the key element of a £16m Heritage Lottery Fund sponsored redevelopment of The Museum.

Extra Special Activities
Meet today’s RAC soldiers – examine their equipment and hear their stories of recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan in a number of talks & presentations.
A free performance by the Light Cavalry Band.

Free guided tours, talks, family activity trails and get a closer look at soldiers equipment from the last 70 years.

Climb inside a World War One tank – and meet `Tommy` in the Trench Experience.
Free admission to the Archive and Reference Library – find out about relatives who have served in the Royal Tank Regiment & Royal Armoured Corps.

By Road
The Tank Museum is clearly signposted from Dorchester, Blandford, Poole, Bere Regis & Wool.

London & South East - M3/M27/A31 Bere Regis/Bovington
Exeter - A35 Dorchester/A352 to Wool
Central England - A354 Blandford/Bovington

Approximate journey times:
London: 2.5hrs
Bristol: 2.5hrs
Birmingham: 3hrs
Southampton: 1.5hrs


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Old 05-26-2009, 09:34 AM   #15
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As some of you may or may not know - as the case may be - I have around 350GB+ of military newsreels and related combat footage from World Wars I and II, as well as some other military conflicts. I currently have around 3000 various videos, mostly German, British, Vichy French, Italian, Hungarian and Soviet as well as a few other countries. If there is anything any ACG member is looking for in particular - a certain battle, campaign, military equipment, units, etc - post your request here if interested and I will see what I can find.
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Old 08-23-2009, 06:29 AM   #16
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Heritage Open Days - Directory - HOD007571E

(Other military events on that weekend if that is too far for you)
http://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/i...8194f0cb1be90/


UK-EVENT

Okehampton Battle Camp

Saturday 12th September:
Sunday 13th September:

HQ Dartmoor Training Area, Okehampton Battle Camp, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 1QP
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Description
Okehampton Battle Camp, built circa 1883-1895 to support training on Dartmoor, opens to the public, with a wide variety of events, displays and attractions to interest all ages. Attractions include WW2 military vehicles, military bands, model displays, competitions, militaria sales, soldiers explaining how they train and use Dartmoor, 3 hour guided walk onto moor at 1400, historic barrack blocks and stables, staff describing the history of the Camp and care of Dartmoor and much more.

Special Activities for Children/Families Details
Paint balling, Laser battles, obstacle course, rifle range, command tasks, Royal British Legion standards parade (Sun only), military bands, historic military vehicles, model makers.

Directions
1m S of Okehampton on edge of Dartmoor.

Public Transport Details
Dartmoor Railway Dartmoor Railway

Opening Times
Saturday 12th September: 1000-1700, walk 1400
Sunday 13th September: 1000-1600, walk 1400
Pre-Booking Required
No



Additional Information
Most buildings accessible by wheel chair but Camp is on side of steep hill.. Plenty of free parking, just turn up for an activity filled day..

Organised By
Dartmoor Training Area

Website
Dartmoor Training Area


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RAF Costford airshow 13th June 2010

RAF Cosford Air Show - Midlands premier Air event



RAF Cosford Air ShowSunday 13 June 2010

The Midlands premier Air Event

RAF Cosford Air Show is one of the country's top aviation events attracting thousands of people of all ages to a day of wonder, excitement and entertainment every year with the proceeds of the event going to RAF and local charities.

The Flying Display will include current military aircraft as well as those from the past, which will be accompanied by special pyrotechnics. This year we will have unique displays to celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the first ever Air Show in Britain , which was held at RAF Hendon, and the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain. In addition, there will be spectacular displays by civilian teams and other individual aircraft throughout the afternoon.

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it's that time of year again, i cant wait to see what come out of this year's event.


EUROSATORY PARIS 2010
Eurosatory 2010


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DSTO > Events > Land Warfare Conference 2010 - Full Spectrum Threats: Adaptive Responses

Land Warfare Conference 2010 - Full Spectrum Threats: Adaptive Responses

The Land Warfare Conference (LWC) is a major event for users, providers, academics, designers and manufacturers to meet, present, share and exchange new and visionary ideas on Land Systems.

The theme for this year's conference is Full Spectrum Threats: Adaptive Responses.

Academics, commercial organisations, defence research institutions, and military are encouraged to attend and/or offer papers in the field of Land Warfare and related disciplines.

absolutely shattered i am unable to attend, as i am not an accredited journalist of defence industry employee, there was no way i was going to get in. oh well. crap happens.

at least i should still get the land 400 IBM report soon.......


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Swiss Air force live fire event Axalp

* On Wednesday 12 October 2011
* Thursday 13 October 2011

Air force live fire event Axalp 2011

this event is 2,200 m above sea level, if you are lucky you can fly,otherwise you have to walk


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