Our resident Archaeological legend is fresh, (well not so much fresh as gin soaked) from his explorations in the grounds of Archaeosoup Towers!
Today, ‘Gin’ conducts the long-awaited debrief interview with Andy Brockman of the ‘spitfires in Burma’ expedition!
“The Lost Spitfires of Burma- Anatomy of a Legend”
Wednesday 19 June 2013 at 19.30
Venue: Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon
Tracy Spaight [Wargames Director of Special Projects]
Andy Brockman MA [Lead Archaeologist Burma Spitfires Project]
Dr Adam Booth [Geophysicist Burma Spitfires Project]
Martin Brown FSA MIFA [Principal Field Archaeologist Burma Spitfires Project]
Dr Roger Clark [Geophysicist Burma Spitfires Project]
Andy Merritt [Geophysicist Burma Spitfires Project]
Rod Scott BA [hons] [Field Archaeologist/Military Finds Specialist Burma Spitfires Project]
To register an interest in attending the Burma Spitfires Presentation at the RAF Museum Hendon on 19 June 2013 e-mail your name and a request for a ticket[s] to: email@example.com
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