AviationHeritage.org

is creating a new online system to document aviation heritage and history

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We are currently working with documents and images from numerous sources to create what we believe will ultimately be the most complete and accurate online repository relating to Royal Australian Air Force personnel and aircraft during the Second World War. In 2019 we hope to work with trained archaeologists and historians to document a number of Second World War aviation sites in Australia. Your contribution will help our team with costs associated with documenting the aviation sites in question as well as continuing to host and develop the online database.

The AviationHeritage.org website first went live in 2016 and since that time it has grown to include profiles for personnel and aircraft that have served during armed conflicts.  As of 2018, the site includes profiles for all British Commonwealth air force personnel to have died during the First and Second World Wars, as well as the majority of United States Army Air Force personnel missing during the Second World War.  Our database continues to grow daily as new information and imagery comes to light.
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$5 or more per month
Your name will be included on our Contributors webpage and you will be thanked through our Facebook and Twitter accounts.
We are currently working with documents and images from numerous sources to create what we believe will ultimately be the most complete and accurate online repository relating to Royal Australian Air Force personnel and aircraft during the Second World War. In 2019 we hope to work with trained archaeologists and historians to document a number of Second World War aviation sites in Australia. Your contribution will help our team with costs associated with documenting the aviation sites in question as well as continuing to host and develop the online database.

The AviationHeritage.org website first went live in 2016 and since that time it has grown to include profiles for personnel and aircraft that have served during armed conflicts.  As of 2018, the site includes profiles for all British Commonwealth air force personnel to have died during the First and Second World Wars, as well as the majority of United States Army Air Force personnel missing during the Second World War.  Our database continues to grow daily as new information and imagery comes to light.

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Publicly listed as Contributor
$5 or more per month
Your name will be included on our Contributors webpage and you will be thanked through our Facebook and Twitter accounts.