Contacts & Links 2016-12-05T03:05:00+00:00

Documentary Links

The following links will provide some background on the people and organisations behind the Broken Wings project.

Videocraft
Videocraft have been assisting us with our Sony F-900 High Definition cameras and equipment.

Temora Aviation Museum
The museum has been extremely generous in making their personnel available for interviews.

The Museum of Australian Army Flying
Australia’s home of army aviation and hopefully the home of a recovered Spitfire.

Australian National Aviation Museum
More Australian designed and built aircraft than in any other museum in Australia.

Warbirdz.net
Aviation photographer Glenn Alderton’s web site. Glenn’s shots are featured throughout this site.

Spitfire And Related Links

There are an extraordinary number of web sites out there containing content pertaining to Spitfire aircraft. These are our favourites.

The Aircraft Restoration Company

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight

The City of St.Albans

The Fighter Collection

Fleet Air Arm Archives Spitfire History

The Grace Spitfire

Hangar 11 Spitfire Site

The Historic Aircraft Collection

The Imperial War Museum, Duxford

Jerry Billing – Last of the Knights…

Kent Battle of Britain Museum

Mike Kemble’s Spitfire History

The New Zealand Fighter Pilots Museum

The Old Flying Machine Company

Operational history of the Spitfire

The Plane Picture Company

Royal Air Force Museum, London

The Shuttleworth Collection

The Spitfire Aircraft Company

The Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum

Spitfire Emporium Site

Spitfire Factory at Castle Bromwich

Spitfire Restoration.com

Spitfire Society

Supermarine Spitfire Website

wiki Spitfire history

Contact The Broken Wings Team

Maybe you served at Oakey during World War II or had a relative that did. Then again, maybe you have first hand knowledge of Spitfire aircraft. If you know of anything you think might be of assistance to our project, no matter how insignificant it may seem to you we’d love to hear from you. You’ll see a message back that tells you if your mail was successfully sent.