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Boscombe Down Branch Evening Lecture.
An RAeS Stevenage Branch Lecture on 'Design and Development of the Eurofighter Typhoon' is presented by AVM Alan Merriman FRAeS.
Hatfield Branch - The final of the University student lecture competition.
Christchurch Branch - "Early flight testing of the F35B, the STOVL variant of Joint Strike Fighter" by former BAE Systems Test Pilot Graham Tomlinson.
Joint meeting with IMechE and University of Surrey:
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Cambridge Branch Young Person's Lecture Competition
Jean Pinet, former Airbus Test Pilot & Head of Aeroformation/Airbus Training.
Lecture given by Dr Michael Pryce – Gloucester and Cheltenham Branch
Air Cdre Norman Bonnor will discuss Britain's Airborne Early Warning systems.
An insight into the operation of a Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer.
Birmingham, Wolverhampton & Cosford Branch
Boscombe Down Branch Lunchtime Lecture
FAA Yeopvilton Branch
Lecture given by Adrian Allen OBE FRAeS – Gloucester and Cheltenham Branch
RAeS Stevenage Branch's Annual Young Person's Lecture Competition.
Christchurch Branch - Farnborough Air Sciences Trust by David Wilson
Cranfield Branch Lecture
Preceded by Branch AGM at 16.00 in the Boardroom, B83, Cranfield University
Additional April Lecture.
Boscombe Down Branch AGM and Evening Lecture.
Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford presents '21st Century Air Power'
16th Sir George Dowty Lecture & Dinner – Gloucester and Cheltenham Branch
Authorised Medical Examiner and private pilot, Dr Mike Timmons provides an interesting take on aviation medicine and throws light on many misconceptions.
Note that this lecture will take place after the Branch AGM.
Mr Geoff Connelly will discus the factors affecting safe operation of helicopters, with particular reference to the North Sea.
Christchurch Branch - The work of the Network Rail Air Operations Unit
The annual Young Person's Lecture Competition hosted by the Yeovil Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
‘Motion in Flight Simulation: How realistic and important is it?’
Toulouse Branch - Lecture - Speaker to be confirmed
Christchurch Branch AGM and Special Lecture
FAA Yeovilton Branch
Practical Rocket Engineering: Taking a Hobby to the Extreme by Dr. Russ Strand and RAeS Stevenage Branch AGM
Branch Lecture: The SABRE dual cycle rocket engine and its applications
AGM followed by lecture (subject to be announced).
AGM at 6:15 pm followed by:
QUEEN ELIZABETH - The UK’s Super Carrier
The transformation from engineering project to operational ship
Toulouse Branch - History of Martin-Baker Ejection Seats given by Steve ROBERTS of Martin-Baker Aircraft Company Ltd, held at Airbus SAS/HQ 3km from Toulouse airport.
Lecture given by Tony Edwards BSc MBA CEng FRAeS – Gloucester and Cheltenham Branch
Annual General Meeting, followed by a talk in which
Mr Roger Smith, curator at Stow Maries Aerodrome, the only surviving World War I aerodrome which is being refurbished and has been opened as a museum will talk about Britain's Air Defences in World War I.
Branch lecture: Unmanned Kmax Lift and Shift in the battlefield
Book launch of "From Lysander to Lightning: Teddy Petter, Aircraft Designer" to be hosted by the Yeovil Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Autonomous Unmanned Air Systems in Civil Airspace
Toulouse Branch - Informal Annual Dinner held at Chateau de Larroque 40 km West of Toulouse airport - www.ChateauLarroque.fr
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