Join us in January and February for a 2-part online lecture in collaboration with the Army Flying Museum, as we trace the history of REME Aviation from Auster to Apache, supporting the Army Air Corps from its inception in 1957 to present day.

Part 1 broadcasts live on 31 January, showcasing the “Repair Forward” principle deployed by REME in WW2 and later conflicts to support the Army and Royal Marines aircraft. Discover the incredible skills of the Technicians and Engineering Officers and how they have kept pace with the latest technology.

Part 2 will air live on Monday 21 February and feature fascinating and insightful interviews from expert guest contributors who have all helped to shape the REME story. Discover highlights into their training and skills, but above all, their stories of ingenuity in keeping the Army’s aircraft flying.

Both lectures offer you the chance to interact with an expert REME panel in the live Q&A.

If you can't attend live at 7pm, the event will be recorded for catch up viewing directly afterwards.

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