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Links to other sites of interest to members

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There is a new web site for ex-service personnel to trace former colleagues they have lost touch with. Our graphic designer at work has started it with his wife who was in the Signals and had lost touch with a very good friend. As we have lots of ex-service folks in the Association I wonder if you could find space to mention it. Its called www.forcesfinder.co.uk Regards Sheila.

Firey Freds Forum  www.fireyfredsforum.org/

ROCA Heritage website  www.roc-heritage.co.uk

Broadway Tower site  www.broadwaytower.co.uk

Chop Gate Post web site  www.attackwarningred.com

Former 14 Group Headquarters Ops Room was located in Bury St Edmunds in the old Guildhall.   www.buryguildhall.co.uk

www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums... ROC Posts
 

 
The RAF Association: www.rafa.org.uk
The National Service (RAF) Association. www.nsrafa.org
No 11 School of Recruit Training - Squarebashing. www.rafhednesford.org
RAF Airfield Construction Branch www.rafacb.org

RAF & Allied Air Forces WWII Monument on The Hoe, Plymouth.

www.civildefenceassociation.org.uk

www.rocremembered.com  An ongoing survey to document all the ROC post sites and their Group HQ bunkers.

Aerial views of ROC posts. (updated 2012)

www.bentleypriory.org   Bentley Priory BoB Trust

www.rafholmpton.com

www.merlinsovermalta.com

www.mod.uk/ww2

www.womenswarmemorial.org

www.veteransagency.mod.uk/

Battle of Britain Monument site www.bbm.org.uk

Visiting 23 Post Skelmorlie : The post is a private museum and is not open to the general public apart from open days and by prior arrangement with the Chief Observer.

www.britishpathe.com/  You can preview items from the entire 3500 hour British Pathe Film Archive which covers news, sport, social history and entertainment from 1896 to 1970

Early Warning system. Twenty years have passed, the Cold War has thankfully ended without a loud bang. I hope you find this site interesting and would be pleased to receive feedback or more information, especially on the radio systems.  Steve Scanlon  sfs@ringbell.co.uk    www.ringbell.co.uk/ukwmo/index.htm
     (63 Secs; taken from the Ringbell site)

ROC Museum Trust, Southampton

 Ex-service personnel

J.yeardly@btopenworld.com suggests www.coldwarbunker.org.uk/ 

Imperial War Museum at Duxford

Vulcan is another step closer to flying

The Truro Branch web site address www.truroroca.co.uk

 The Cornish Aviation Society
 www.aquila.btinternet.co.uk/cornish-aviation/

Hack Green --Nuclear Bunker

Newhaven Fort

A listing of former ROC posts

Seaborne Observersí Association

ROC Museum  /..N&S Av.Mus../

" Dedicated to preserving the National Heritage of our War Memorials of every sort forever "  www.war-memorials.com

The Official Kelvedon Hatch Secret Nuclear Bunker Website. Currently the biggest and deepest cold war bunker open to the public in southeast England!

28 Group Dundee has its own web site at www.geocities.com/rocadundee/

 

AXL's Plane Gallery ...over 10,000 photos, and skill-tests

The Harrington Aviation Museum at www.harringtonmuseum.org.uk  At the museum we have an ROC display including the WW2 and cold war roles, Thor missiles as well as the clandestine operations from Harrington & Tempsford during WW2


A Unique Opportunity for an Overnight Adventure in a

Royal Observer Corps Monitoring Post

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