The Martlesham Heath Aviation Society present a talk by Ken Delve.
Ken Delve, who will tell us all about the Operational History of RAF Marham in North Norfolk.
Ken Delve served, for 20 years, in the RAF as a Navigator, starting with the Canberra PR.9s of 39 Squadron. Subsequent tours on Tornado with IX (B) and II (AC) squadrons, and as a Navigation instructor. It goes without saying that Ken had an interesting life in the RAF.
On leaving the RAF, Ken was Editor of FlyPast magazine for 10 years. Ken has published 50 books and hundreds of articles. He is a Trustee of the RAF Heraldry Trust and a volunteer at the RAF Marham Aviation Heritage Centre.
Date: Friday 3rd June at 7:30pm.
Venue: Martlesham Heath Community Centre, Felixstowe Road, Martlesham Heath, IP12 4PB
Just turn up and pay at the door – £3 to members, £4 to non-members.
For more information contact Howard on 01473 274300 or go to the society’s website at mhas.org.uk