About the Fleet Air Arm Association
Do you know that there is an official
Association that exists to perpetuate the comradeship which began in the
Service, to foster good fellowship, render services to one another and
promote social gatherings amongst members?
To assist members in matters relating
to welfare. To maintain a close relationship with the Service and to inform
the general public of the past traditions and present function of the Fleet
In 1985 three branches, Birmingham,
Hanworth and Gosport,
met and agreed to form a National Fleet Air Arm Association. The
Association now has twenty two branches and a membership of more than a
thousand. Branches cover an area from Angus in the North to the Solent in
the South, from Great Yarmouth in the East to Pembrokeshire in the West. Membership
is open to all serving and ex-serving ranks who served without dishonour in
a recognised Fleet Air Arm Trade for a minimum of six months.
Today, branches support the Fleet Air Arm Memorial Church,
the Fleet Air Arm Museum,
the Fly Navy Heritage Trust and the Royal Navy Historic Flight at RNAS
Yeovilton. The Association was actively involved with the recent setting up
and raising funds for a Fleet Air Arm Memorial sited on the Embankment in London.
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For more information, write to Arnold
Thompson, Hon. Secretary, Fleet Air Arm Association
Association Branches - Locate a branch near you
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