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We are pleased to announce that following a meeting on the base yesterday, we will be able to hold a reunion on the weekend of 13th to 15th May 2022. Further details about this will appear here in due course and in the annual newsletter and booking form which expect to post out to you all by the end of January.
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History & Research:
History of Mildenhall RAF Base and hints and tips on research.
Members looking for crew families:
Families searching for crew members and their families.
A page for each of the squadrons plus squadron historians details.
Photos - old, new & reunions:
Some identified, some not and photos taken at the annual reunions.
Stories & articles to read:
Read some great stories here.
Film clips to watch:
Watch film clips from WW2 and later remembrance services.
Books & films to buy:
See details of books published and films made and where to buy them.
Links to other sites:
Links to various web sites of interest.
Other news & Newsletters:
News items plus our archived newsletter section. You can read them online or download and print them.
AGM minutes dating back to 2008.
Contacts & Enquiries:
Click here to see the contact details for our office bearers and our enquiry form.
This web site is dedicated to all who served with XV, 75, XC, 149, 218 & 622 Bomber Squadrons and their support personnel at RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath during WWII. The aim of the website is to provide a source of information, memories and stories for anyone with an interest in the squadrons and the personnel who served as Ground or Air crew at Mildenhall and Lakenheath.
On its initial formation, in around 1979, the Mildenhall Register’s objective was to bring together people who share a common bond with the squadrons that operated out of RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath during the Second World War, and all their support staff. Here we will try to cover all aspects of the squadrons’ histories, groundcrew memories and individual aircraft and crew stories.
Today we appeal to a wider audience, with the intention of perpetuating and preserving the memory of all those who contributed to the ultimate victory. WW2 'Erk, Air Traffic Controller, NAAFI lady; whether you are relatives of Squadron members, researching family members, remembering old friends or would like to know more of what it meant to be in the RAF at this time, you are most welcome to join. Membership is Free.
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