WOLVERHAMPTON AVIATION GROUP OTHER WEB SITES
Demobbed http://www.demobbed.org.uk ......This is a site that is dedicated to British Military Aircraft that have left the service
of the RAF, AAC, Royal Navy or any other British Military operators and gives the veiwer a rundown by type or location on where these aircraft are located in the world.
UK Serials http://www.ukserials.com/ .......This is a site that is dedicated to British Military Aircraft that have either
left the service of the RAF, AAC, Royal Navy or any other British Military operators or are current within the serials ranges VA123 Supermarine Spitfire LFXVI to
ZZ666 Rivet Joint. The site is designed to give the viewer a brief history and fate of the aircraft. If it crashed between 1956 and the present date then it will give you the cause
in the losses section.
Euro Demobbed http://www.eurodemobbed.org.uk/ .....This is a site that is dedicated to British and European Military
Aircraft that have left the service and gives the veiwer a rundown by type or location on where these aircraft are located in Europe.
US Demobbed http://www.usdemobbed.org.uk/ .....This site is simular to Demobbed and Euro Demobbed but is currently under
contruction and is only accessable to Wolverhampton Aviation Group Members.
Wolverhampton Aviation Group
http://www.wolverhamptonaviationgroup.co.uk/ .....This site is designed to give a quick overview of the purpose of WAG and lists
various reports from visits undertaken by the members.
OTHER EXCELLENT WEB SITES WORTH LOOKING AT
Airnet (By Howard J Curtis)
http://www.aviation-links.co.uk/ ......This is a web site designed for the aviation enthusiast so that you can find thousands of
aircraft related websites in one place.
Newark Air Museum
http://www.newarkairmuseum.org/ ....This excellent Museum has two fine examples of the Jet Provost and they hold the Annual Cockpit
Fest each June during which Cockpit owners bring their aircraft to display to the public..A great weekend for the family.
Jet Provost XS186
http://jetprovostxs186restoration.com/ ....The web-site to follow for regular updates on the restoration of XS186, a real
story of an aircraft saved from the brink of disaster, and quite literally brought back to life