This is a huge step forward for the Air Force Museum of New Zealand, which will revolutionise the way the public can engage with our collections. Posts about RNZAF written by grsquadrons. We are really thrilled to announce that for the first time ever, researchers will be able to browse digitised parts of our photograph collection, online. The museum has won many prestigious awards and it hosts thousands of visitors every year. This online exhibition highlights 100 objects from the museum and archives. An air to air view of 15 Squadron P-40 Kittyhawk JZ-I NZ3040 in flight from RNZAF Station Whenuapai. Civil Reserve Certificate Commissions Acc No 87/439.9 Form AF249 Posting instruction Southern NEP 1.11.1945 (copy) Acc No 88/385 and 89/047 Form RNZAF 514 authority to drive RNZAF vehicles 20.6.1 Contains 0 items in The Community Archive Pre-WWII New Zealand Military Aviation. RNZAF Handley Page HP-95 Hastings C3 Zuppicich.jpg 1,003 × 601; 189 KB RNZAF pilots with C-47 Green Island 1944.jpeg 510 × 369; 91 KB RNZAF Short S … Entry to the Museum is free, donations are appreciated. Dave Homewood's Blog . The British Museum Archive is a unique record of the Museum's activities since it was founded in 1753. This has been a very long journey which began almost 25 years ago. Researchers can now browse and download thousands of images of New Zealand’s military aviation history, with the online release of digitised photographs from the Air Force Museum of New Zealand’s archives. 14 Squadron pilots on the tarmac in front of a line-up of Aermacchis. 100 Objects of Interest. Mostly I used it as a quick-access search tool. The Royal New Zealand Air Force Boards . In 2005 the New Zealand Ministry of Defence selected the NHI NH90 helicopter to replace the RNZAF's ageing fleet of 14 UH-1H Iroquois. We hope that you enjoy browsing the available images and please keep returning to see what’s new! Many of you will be enjoying the RNZAF Museums recent decision to digitize and share their photo collection online (here of those of you who missed it: fotoweb.airforcemuseum.co.nz/fotoweb/) I would like to start a thread where members can share, discuss and enlighten us on the stories, people, history, hidden gems that are now been shown to us … The Air Force Museum of New Zealand, formerly called The Royal New Zealand Air Force Museum, is located at Wigram, the RNZAF's first operational base, in Christchurch, in the South Island of New Zealand.It opened on 1 April 1987, the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the RNZAF, and is primarily a museum of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, its predecessor, the New Zealand … Merci! Book a class visit. The Royal Air Force was formed on 1 April 1918 when the RFC and the RNAS were amalgamated. 11. Open daily from 10am to 4pm (except Christmas Day) Entry to the Museum is free, donations are appreciated. Open daily from 10am to 4pm (except Christmas Day) Museum archives like this one are invaluable. From this date onwards the RFC and RNAS ceased to exist. Although at this stage only approximately 5,000 images are available, an estimated 0.5% of the total collection, more are coming online every day. Auckland War Memorial Museum tells the story of New Zealand, its place in the Pacific and its people. Many of you will be enjoying the RNZAF Museums recent decision to digitize and share their photo collection online (here of those of you who missed it: https://fotoweb.airforcemuseum.co.nz/fotoweb/) The Museum’s aircraft … Usually these are photos that researchers have requested and because there’s only me working in the Photo Archive, generally these are all I have time to digitise and make available. While not yet common in New Zealand, it is used extensively internationally, including by numerous museums and galleries in Australia. In 1995, the Air Force Museum purchased what we called the ‘Image Browser’. Fotoware was selected, a program designed for image libraries, including GLAM institutions (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums). Keeper of Photographs Matthew O’Sullivan, at work in the Photo Archives at the Air Force Museum of New Zealand. Entry to the Museum is free, donations are appreciated. Mais outre cette exposition statique, ce musée retrace aussi l’histoire des forces aériennes néo-zélandaises avec une chronologie détaillée et une partie dédiée à quelques éléments particuliers, comme par exemple le Skyhawk, dernier chasseur néo-zélandais. La pl Transcribe contains digitized versions of government and private records and gives you the opportunity to help make the Royal BC Museum’s extensive collections more accessible. Kittyhawk 'G' NZ3220 with nose art "Gloria Lyons" in view. Preserved aircraft. The Smithsonian’s P-40E is the same type of aircraft flown by the RNZAF Kittyhawk squadrons in the Solomon Islands. Image credit: RNZAF Official. More of these albums will be added in due course. Newsclipping from the Air Force Museum archives, regarding the newly applied kiwi roundel. Its significance today is that it is the home of the RNZAF Museum with two of the hangars still in use for storage and restitution work. The Air Force Museum of New Zealand holds the national collection of the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF). 4,899 reviews, stories, poems, and essays from Landfall literary journal's archive 11,000 images of the RNZAF's history from the Airforce Museum of New Zealand; 9,700 images of the Presbyterian church's history from the Presbyterian Research Centre These women proved themselves capable of serving alongside men, and enabled future generations of women to take to the skies.