Falklands War 35

There will be a service to mark 35 years since the end of the Falklands War at 1100 on 14 June.  If you were involved in any way, either on the front-line or back in the UK in a supporting role and would like to attend, please contact Tina Cullen on extension 5257 by cop June 1.



A buffet lunch will be served in the Nuffield bar after the service, and the FAA Museum will grant veterans a 50% discount on the entry fee for that day, on production of a voucher which will be issued by the Chaplaincy.

CHF Merlin in Norway - lecture

CHF Merlin in Norway
By The Commando Helicopter Force

1800 FOR A 1830 START

£2 for Members of the RAeS
£3 for Visitors

For further information please contact to Lt Luke Elston RN on 01935 456241
or email
or go to or Facebook RAeS Fleet Air Arm Branch Page

Junglie Association AGM - 6 May 2017

The Junglie Association AGM will be held on 6th May 2017 at the new WO & SRs Mess RNAS Yeovilton.
We will need to register all attendees at the gate prior to entrance so if you intend coming then please contact Tina Cullen on 07707500328 or who will collate the list.
1800 - Arrive Mess
1900 - AGM
1945 - Group Photograph
2000 - Social Event (including food)
As per previous years we may run a bus from Yeovil and back but obviously dependant on numbers.

World at War Weekend

Dear The Junglie Association, 

The Helicopter Museum would like to invite you to our ‘World at War’ Weekend on the 8th & 9th April 2017.

Building on the success of the museum’s WW2 Living History Day last April, we are planning a larger event this year inviting a variety of military societies and associations from all military branches. Our aim is to put on an event spanning various time periods and conflicts for the public to enjoy whether that be through living history, vehicles, attending veterans or charity information stands. Weston Airport’s original control tower and pilot’s block – recently renovated by the museum and soon to open to the public - will provide the perfect setting for the weekend.

The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare is a registered charity (no. 281053) and home to the world’s largest collection of rotorcraft including two of the Queen’s Royal Flight, the speed record holder G-Lynx and the Vietnam Veterans. Our chosen military charity for this year’s event is SSAFA – the Armed Forces Charity. We have invited SSAFA to organise a signing lounge during the weekend with all proceeds of this going to their charity. We of course welcome all attending charities to promote their cause and collect their own donations from their pitch.


It is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend with various military vehicles, living-history groups and associations set to take part and we would love for you to be involved. Please let me know if your organisation would be interested in attending so that we can discuss your involvement further. Similarly if you are part of any other related organisation do feel free to pass along this invitation.


Please do not hesitate to contact me via  should you have any questions, or feel free to call the museum on 01934 635227 Wednesday-Sunday.

Yours sincerely,


Peter Michallat


Marketing Assistant

The Helicopter Museum 

Registered Charity No. 281053


AGM - 6th May - Yeovil Area. More details will follow.

Annual Junglie Dinner - 15 June 2017

Location:  The Wardroom, HMS HERON


Sirs, Ladies, Gentlemen…. Fellow Junglies!


Please see below, and the attached poster for details of this year’s Annual Junglie Dinner. 


This year we (847 NAS) will be focussing on the Junglie contribution to Op Herrick.  The conflict which, for us, stretched over 7 years of deployments and has been at the forefront of the CHF’s focus for many a recent year.  So it is only fitting that we look back and remember what we have achieved.


I am also interested to collate (clean, un-embellished) photos of our time in Afghanistan to help trigger memories  throughout the evening.  Please contact me if you are keen to forward, or contribute to this.


Any questions, please email as above.


Yours Aye,


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