The Date for 2014 is SUNDAY June 1st at the RAF Museum at Cosford..
All ex RAF and families invited to attend.
A FREE day of RAF nostalgia.
Further details from:-    Mr Honey. 01782 516887
or E mail:


Above 3 photos, courtesy of our Treasurer Alan Carter.
Taken before the parade as Alan was marching in the parade later so no "Action" shots.
Sent in via Cliff East.

This years Band, sent in by Cliff East, taken from the NSRAFA, Website,
with Pat Honey's permision. Wolverhampton Fire Brigade Band.


The following 12 photos were sent to me by John Holloway.

The chap in the Green is a Para Medic, and is coming forward to deal with someone who has collapsed with the heat. This is in the next photo.

The D Day Darlings.

Last Sunday was the eleventh annual NSRAF parade at RAF Cosford and we had about 150 of us on parade.

The parade march was led by the West Midlands Fire Service Band resplendant in their bright red uniforms and silver helmets;the reviewing officer was Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton accompanied by Group Captain Adam Samson station commander of RAF Cosford;they made a short inspection of the parade and then short speeches were made by the ACM including a message from H.M. The Queen expressing how valuable our services had been as national servicemen The Last Post and Reveille was played by a member of the W.M Fire Service Brigade and the Kohoma Epitaph was read out.

Whilst this was going on and it probably was the hottest day we've had so far this year and standing so long in the hot sun a few of the lads succumbed and passed out.Luckily the medics were in presence so they were quickly attended to.

The D Day Darlings were in attendance and gave us a rendering of all the old favorite war time songs during the afternoon and we also had a contingent of cadets from four local ATC Squadrons were on parade with us.

A Dakota from the B of B memorial flight carried out a flying display at the close so all in all it was a succesful parade, cheers,  jhy.

Thats all folks, unles you have some more photos???



The following photos were taken and sent to me by Cliff East.

Thanks Cliff.


The following photos were sent in by John Holloway.

The following three photos are of the Training area at Cosford.