Our next event is a talk entitled ' Hunter Heavy Breathing - tales of XL563 and the IAM Centrifuge'
given by Professor Mike Bagshaw commencing at 8.00pm
The RAF Institute of Aviation Medicine was established in February 1945 incorporating a man-carrying centrifuge. The IAM also had a dedicated Hunter T7, XL563, available as a research aircraft. Professor Mike Bagshaw served with the IAM as a Senior Medical Officer Pilot and describes his work in the development of acceleration protection and oxygen systems and will outline some of the other significant research and development undertaken by the IAM
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This meeting will be held at Kents Hill Community Centre,
Frithwood Crescent, Kents Hill, Milton Keynes, MK7 6HQ. We comply with the COVID requirements required by the venue with hand sanitiser being available. All visitors are invite to wear facemasks whilst in the premises.
Potential visitors should register their interest via Chris Bosworth at cj.bos@ntlworld .com
Doors open at 7.30 p.m. and lectures begin at 8.00 p.m.
Visitors £5.00 or Annual Membership £22.00
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For more details contact our Lectures Organiser Ian Carr
E-mail: email@example.com or Tel (Home): 01234 742057’