Commemorating RAF College Founders' Day 5 February 1920
Photos and biographies of the Commandants of the RAF College from its inception to the present day
The album is a tribute to one of the College\s ginest WOs and lists the SNCO winners of the award made in his memory.
In this album, we have collated the articles contined in the College Journals that record the first impressions of cadets over the years.
Chapter 5 of our Tour Guide Presentation focuses on the Library, arguably the jewel in the CHOM crown.
Chapter 4 of our Tour Guide Presentation focuses on assets in the corridors of CHOM.
Chapter 3 of our Tour Guide Presentation focuses on assets in the Dining Hall of CHOM.
Chapter 2 of our Tour Guide Presentation focuses on our Founders, whose paintings hand in CHOM.
Chapter 1 of our Tour Guide Presentation focuses on the formation of the RAF College and transfer of responsibilities from HMS Daedalus.
Clicking on this slide will reveal one of the very few recordings of Lord Trenchard, the founder of the RAF and of the RAF College. Not strictly celebrating the founding of the College, the recording does celebrate the foundation of the RAF to which Trenchard was dedicated.
A 20-page Executive Summary of the College's History, featuring the College's Formation, our Founders's unstinting dedication to its formation, and a brief description of key assets that can be seen at the College.
Clicking on this slide will reveal clips of some of the music played by the College Band during graduation ceremonies. The covering slide is reproduced in the Tour Guide Presentation Chapter 1 below, where you are better able to read the text.
This is a recording of the Post Horn Gallop, played from the Gallery in the CHOM Dining Hall at every RAF College Dining In Night, usually to rapturous applause. The covering slide is reproduced in the Tour Guide Presentation Chapter 3 below, where you are better able to read the text.