The Museum of RAF Firefighting is Britain’s only museum focusing on military firefighting. The Museum is located at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire (also the current home of the Red Arrows). The museum tells the story of fire fighting from the earliest days to modern times through an ever growing collection of vehicles and artefacts. The Museum can trace its origins back to the time when Steve graduated from the Fire School at RAF Catterick in 1983. Since then the collection has grown at an alarming rate and now occupies part of the Annex of the Hangar the Dambusters were based at RAF Scampton, all run by a growing band of volunteers. With a large collection of over 42 specialist crash tenders and fire appliances as well as thousands of other firefighting artifacts. CLICK HERE to visit the Museum of RAF Firefighting website.
The BFSA’s collection of Medals and Trophies are located at the Museum of RAF Firefighting, where they have a room dedicated to these items and can be seen by the public if they book a visit to the Museum.