LINKS TO SITES OF INTEREST
Remember RAF Jurong. Paul Forge's extremely interesting website for all 'siggies' stationed on Singapore Island.
Jim Aitken's site is a nostalgia trip for those who served in the Air Movements trade in the 1950s. Jim also has many photos of RAF West Kirby, the bulk of which are linked from his site to an online gallery.
Jack Riley rose from the ranks to become a Squadron Leader. Jack was in Burma at the end of the war as a Signals/Linguist(Japanese), monitoring Japanese signals traffic. He then moved into Air Movements and had an interesting career spanning 21 years.
RAF Seletar association The RAF Seletar Association was formed in 1997 with the aim of bringing together as many of those who served there in either a service or civilian capacity in order to hopefully renew old aquaintances or to make new friends.
Eddie Edwards runs the Ex-RAF Aerial Erectors Association website. None of us signals blokes could have done our jobs without Eddie and his mates who rigged and maintained the aerials. So if you need to know anything about "erections"...
Eddie's your man !!
More photographs showing the area around RAF Chia Keng and at RAF Seletar . Especially aircraft at the RAF Seletar Open Day in 1958.
Royal Air Force Changi Association
RAF Chia Keng was a detachment posting from RAF Changi.
As such, all who served at RAF Chia Keng qualify for membership of the RAF Changi Association. Check out this site for some Changi/Singapore nostalgia. .
Tony Sirrell's site covers Gan Island. The RAF used the Island as a staging post for their long haul flights to the Far East. The Island is in the middle of the Indian Ocean. This site is a very interesting one especially to personnel who have been there at some time. .