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APSS Projects

StrutterRadio/Radar
History
T53 Glider

NMS Projects

AnsonBolingbroke

Completed Projects

VulcanCometAusterMonarchNomadSea Lion

 

The core activities of APSS members are the various projects carried by the society. This section gives an account of both current and completed work. Current work is split between that done in support of the National Museum of Flight and that solely under the control of APSS.

APSS Projects

The main APSS project is the assembly of a new-build Sopwith 1 Strutter. Other notable APSS activities include historical research and a Radio and Radar section. APSS also owns a T53 glider, restored by the society. This is flown from Portmoak in Perth and Kinross and is usable by members.

NMS Projects

APSS members also work as National Museums of Scotland (NMS) volunteers at the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune. The projects listed in this section are on NMS collection items and work is done under the direction of National Museum of Flight staff.

Completed Projects

Details of some of the major completed projects, both APSS and NMS, are also shown.

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The APSS is a registered charity in Scotland, charity No. SC033307
A member of the British Aviation Preservation Council