CRANWELL COLLEGE CENTENARY
1920 - 2020
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A proud member of an Association adapting to the future.
Sir Michael Graydon 76A President Cranwellian Association
An astonishing privilege to have been trained at the the College and to have made and retained friendships that have lasted far beyond those three formative years.
Mike Smith 91C
I am fortunate to have been a Flight Cadet, twice blessed by being 89 Entry (1963-1966) and A Sqn. As the "Cranwell Book" at the back of the bar in the Captains Cabin, Haymarket, is long gone, let this serve as my passing on good wishes and fond memories to those who would have smiled reading my scribble.
Roger Creswell 89A
An absolute privilege to be associated with the RAF College Cranwell in some way, even if only from a shorter course - such an incredible aviation and military legacy.
Jamie Apthorp APOC5
Quite simply, Cranwell changed my life. A never to be forgotten experience. I now try to give something back.
Phil Bright 95C
Happy Birthday to the RAF College. Only those who attended know how much it means to be a Cranwellian. It remains in our DNA.
Ian Steward 6GE
95B was the gateway to my nearly 30 years as a Nav in Maritime aviation culminating in my captaincy of the 42 Sqn Nimrod crew which won the Fincastle Trophy in Australia in 1984.
Nick Jone 95B
How lucky I was to be on 95C 1966-1969) that lerd to a long and enjoyable career as a pilot and QFI. Happy memories.
Steve Griffiths 95C
The grounding I received on 93D at RAFC Cranwell was both memorable and a privilege. It preared me for my 37 years in the Royal Air Force, a career that I now look back on with great pleasure and pride.
Dave Moss 93D