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Army Air Corps Museum, Middle Wallop, UK.

Article about: Hi Guys, as some of you know, I do work with the regular British Army providing displays and presentations of WW2 material, both British and Soviet. Last month I was asked to do a small pres

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    Another training glider.
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    Various diorama displays around the museum showing wartime life.
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    Early Army aviation in WW1 as the Royal Flying Corps.
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    A couple of final shots of the museums first hall.

    I did not have time to photograph everything, but these pics will give you some idea of what is on offer to see.

    After my presentation, we had a very nice meal ( Curry! ) in the dining room set aside for special occasions, even the carpet was specially made with AAC badges woven into the design.

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    Cheers, Ade.
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    Looks like you had a blast ( good time ) Ade . The dioramas are very detailed and I could not help noticing there was a bit of a brick wall inside one of the gliders..can you explain the significance for that wall inside of the glider? Regards Larry
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    Hi Larry, it is just the back of the display behind the open cockpit of the Horsa glider LOL.

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    Cheers Ade , looks like it was a great day , thanks for posting the pictures .

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    Thank you for sharing your pictures Ade! The diorama displays are really neat.
    Ed

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    Great stuff Ade and good to see you had a fantastic time,I'm eager to learn more about the GPR Crash Helmets,where's the best place to find info on them?thanks for the pics..........

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    thanks very much Ade.

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