1. RAF Pass Small RAF pass granting permission to be absent from quarters and "to wear plain clothes".
2. Christmas 1943 menu A veritable feast for the company of RAF Station Ford with turkey and all the trimmings.
3. Taking Off! Booklet Abridged booklet for the new recruits to the RAF with 32 pages of information and photographs for the rookie pilot.
4. Instructions in case of capture (1941) Fascinating leaflet advising pilots what to do in the event of their capture, such as "say nothing and go on saying nothing" and "don't believe anything you are told".
5. Miscellaneous Cards Asmall collection of trade cards and postcard images evocative of the period.
6. RAF Clothing Ration Ticket Even the RAF were subject to rationing. This leaflet provides a breakdown on the value of all items of clothing down to knitted gloves.
7. Combat Report (1940) Unique insight with Sqd. Leader B Lane's account of a dogfight at the peak of the Battle of Britain, including "finally got one in both engines, Never had so much fun". Tally Ho!
8. Air Mail (1944) The September edition of the magazine aimed at RAF personnel throughout the world. Crammed with news stories, photos and cartoons relevant to the war effort in the sky. A great read for 6d