Air Transport Auxiliary Memorial Hamble-le-Rice Hampshire UK

 

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http://www.aeroplanemonthly.co.uk/ Aeroplane Monthly magazine. ATA features in the January to April 1979 and January 2003 issues.
http://www.atamuseum.org The ATA Museum opened on 12 August 2012. It holds a wealth of ATA information and memorabilia, as well as a Spitfire flight simulator. It is a part of the Maidenhead Heritage Centre.
http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/ The official website of the Royal British Legion whose assistance with the unveiling has been invaluable.
http://www.dft.gov.uk/transportforyou/atabadge/ The Government website explaining details of the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) Veterans Badge.
http://www.iwm.org.uk/ Have kindly permitted the broadcast of their film 'Ferry Pilot' during the reception/exhibition.
http://www.maidenheadheritage.org.uk/ Richard Poad and the Maidenhead Heritage Centre have generously given a wealth of support from their extensive ATA museum.
http://www.poetryinaction-aviation.com/airtransportauxiliary/index.html A wonderful website created by two ATA enthusiasts Flight Captains J C Haywood & H M Barratt.
http://www.rafa.org.uk/ The official website of the Royal Air Force association whose assistance with the unveiling has been invaluable.
http://www.raf.mod.uk/history_old/ata.html

The ATA - Women with Wings by Cathy M Morgan

http://search.bbc.co.uk/search/ Type 'Air Transport Auxiliary' in to the search bar to find a wealth of related BBC articles including radio & tv broadcasts.
http://www.spitfire3d.com/ Justin Adams generously provided all the plans to enable the manufacture of the Memorial Spitfire.
http://www.wicko.com/ Joe Dible and Mike Watts intend a flypast in Foster Wikner Wicko G-AF JB over the Memorial during the unveiling if the conditions are ok. The plane was previously owned by ATA pilots Philippa Bennet and Lettice Curtis.

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