The 'TURRET' is published expressly in the interests of AIR GUNNERS who served with the Allied Forces. It is also for their relatives and friends.
The 'TURRET', until 2003, was the official publication of the national AIR GUNNERS' ASSOCIATION until that association was dissolved at
executive level. TODAY it carries on in the same tradition, is produced three times per year by a team of ex-Air Gunners and their associates from the AIR GUNNERS' ASSOCIATION NOTTINGHAM.
The 'TURRET' COMMITTEE is run as a non-profit making organisation and promises to use any superfluous income to assist the maintenance of the AIR GUNNERS' Memorial Room in the Yorkshire Air Museum,
The new 'TURRET' aims to uphold the same objectives as its predecessor: to foster good fellowship, to perpetuate and enjoy the friendship born in times of conflict, to bond together its 1600 readers in close harmony even though they live remotely from each other, especially those far away
readers in Australia, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand etc.,
The 'TURRET' edited by Ron 'Bram' Bramley will continue the familiar mode of reporting: Branch News from Air Gunners' Associations, Reports on recent events, Reader's stories, Letters to the Editor, Forthcoming events, Search for pals, 'Last Post', News from Overseas and many other items.
The subscription rate for UK & Europe is £5 per year including postage.
Overseas rate is £7.50 per year including Airmail postage.
Cheques for renewal of subscriptions, and donations etc., should be made payable to TURRET ACCOUNT and sent to the Hon Secretary Bill Bailey.
Articles for publication in the 'TURRET' should be sent to the Editor
Ron 'Bram' Bramley.
Enquiries and all other correspondence to the Hon Sec. 'Bill' Bailey, or by e-mail to Dennis Cooke.
NEW SUBSCRIBERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO JOIN OUR
FRATERNITY OF EX-AIR GUNNERS, AND HELP TO KEEP THE "TURRET" ALIVE!