Battle of Barking Creek at Bawdsey Radar

The story behind the tragic events which led to the first RAF loss of the Second World War

This talk will give more information on the story behind the tragic events which led to the first RAF loss of the Second World War

A talk telling the remarkable story behind the first RAF fighter pilots to be shot down during World War 2, how the incident identified problems with the Chain Home Radar system in its early days, and how Robert Watson Watt’s "Identification Friend of Foe” system was recognised as an essential element to wartime RAF operations.

Talks will be held at 11:30am, 13:00pm and 14:30pm.

Talks are included in the admission cost of the museum:
Adults-£7
Concessions-£6.50
Children 5-18- £1
Under 5s- Free

Event name:
Battle of Barking Creek at Bawdsey Radar
Price:
Multiple prices - see website for further details.
Contact:
Opening Hours:
One off