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Petwood Hotel
26-29 January 18

Malta Command was once again invited by our friends of Ops 39-45 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary since the inception of the R.A.F.

We had the unique opportunity of staying at Petwood Hotel in Woodhall SPA which between 1939-45 it became an Officers' Mess for several R.A.F. Squadrons including the famous 617 Dambusters Squadron.
‘Operation Chastise’ was an attack on German dams carried out on 16–17 May 1943 by Royal Air Force No. 617 Squadron, subsequently publicised as the "Dam Busters", using a purpose-built "bouncing bomb" developed by Barnes Wallis.

The weekend consisted of flying over RAF Scampton in a two seater Cessna plane, visiting RAF East Kirkby where the famous Avro Lancaster NX611 ‘Just Jane’ is housed, attending a gala dinner to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Dambuster Raid, participating in a ceremony to remember the crew of 617 Squadron who didn’t make it back home, and watching a film in an original 1930’s built cinema. 

This was a weekend which will never be forgotten.
Park Tal-Majjistral
17 February 18

Malta Command was invited by Park Tal-Majjistral to participate in a special morning dedicated to reliving the historical past when the area of the park was used as a British military base.

Denis Darmanin gave a talk about the history of the area as a military base used by the British which was followed by a short talk given by Colin Micallef about the uniforms and equipment that was used by the KOMR during WW2 and the Royal Marines in the late post war years.

After the talks a drill display was held together with a display of WW2 and post war weapons using blank ammunition.

The public was then asked to join the organizers for a walk in the park identifying some of the relics from that period.