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ARG Forum

The ARG Forum is the respected and highly regarded internet forum dedicated to the exchange of airfield and military research information.

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Researching Hidden Histories

Ensuring histories are recorded and published for the educational benefit of all

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The ARG Store is where you can purchase books, Airfield Review back issues, places on tours and more

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ARG Forum

Formerly called the Airfield Information Exchange (AiX), the ARG Forum is the respected and highly regarded internet forum dedicated to the exchange of airfield research information. There's also plenty of other military history and general discussion going on so why not come in for a chat? It's free to join the forum, but you need to be a paid up member of ARG to visit the member only areas of the site.

Aviation Timeline

Have a look at the significant aviation events throughout history, starting from June 5, 1783 where the Montgolfier brothers gave their first public hot air balloon demonstration. Then travel through 200 years of aviation developments to start World War II

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Join ARG today and benefit from access to the members only area where we publish a host of research documentation and information, a full years subscription to Airfield Review, reduced organised visit fees and more besides.

Airfield Research Group

ARGL was incorporated in 2014 and gained charitable status in the same year with the object ‘To advance the education of the general public by carrying out research into, and maintaining records of, military and civilian airfields and related infrastructure, both current and historic, anywhere in the world’. The charity was created by the amalgamation of its heritage organisations Airfield Research Group and AiX-ARG Archives Ltd. Airfield Research Group, established in 1977, was the main member driven organisation that had established an unparalleled archive of historical records associated with the history and development of airfields. The charity continues proudly to be widely regarded as the UK's foremost authority on the airfield historical record.

With the advent and proliferation of the internet, Airfield Information Exchange was created in 2009 as a forum for the exchange of airfield related information and research. A logical move was to come together with the Airfield Research Group to form a subsidiary, AiX - ARG Archive Ltd and hence the internet forum became the public forum of ARG, eventually culminating in the formation of the charity.

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