alexa Aircrewmans Association (Fleet Air Arm)

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Aircrewmans Association (Fleet Air Arm)

The confederation of Fleet Air Arm Associations is formed with the solitary aim of conjointly working together to increase funds for the formation of National Fleet Air Arm Memorial. In course of time, it is expected that this would be an exceptional work of art that would emolument fitting homage to those 6,000 people of the facility who made the ultimate detriment and that not  only would the scheme portray the conflict honours added but also redirect the significant technical accomplishments forged by the amenity. The Memorial is to be situated in Victoria Embankment Gardens at the Whitehall Extension, besides the main building of Ministry of Defence, where it will be effortlessly reachable to all who have a curiosity in such art works.  Moreover, it would offer a traditional focal point for all community visitors from homespun and abroad who have assisted in or have been connected with Fleet Air Arm.

An authorized Association that subsists to continue the camaraderie which began in the Provision, to substitute good fellowship, extract services to one another and encourage social get-togethers amongst associates. To assist associates in matters concerning to welfare. To uphold a close association with the Provision and to inform the common public of the previous traditions and current function of Fleet Air Arm.

In the year 1985, the National Fleet Air Arm Association was established. The Association currently has 22 subdivisions and a association of more than a 1000. Membership is vulnerable to all helping and ex-serving ranks who aided without disgrace in a renowned Fleet Air Arm Trade for at least 6 months. It is head-quartered at Hampshire, UK.

The Fleet Air Arm Officers' Association was estabished in 1957 and it is a worth of keeping in trace, not only for all previous Naval flyers but also for quota officers. Full association is open to all officers who are serving, or had served, in Fleet Air Arm or Royal Naval Air Service.

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