These are links to relevant external organisations. If you would like to request a link to your organization here or to update your details, please contact us.

Bawdsey Radar
Bawdsey Radar is working to conserve the Transmitter Block on the Bawdsey Manor Estate.  RAF Bawdsey was the world’s first operational radar station.

Bentley Priory Museum
Bentley Priory Museum, Stanmore – RAF Fighter Command Headquarters during WW2

Bletchley Park
Historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII and birthplace of the modern computer.

Bloodhound Missile Preservation Group (BMPG)
To research and document the development and technical details of the Bloodhound Surface to Air Guided Weapon system.

British Society for the History of Science (BSHS)
The British Society for the History of Science is the main organisation in the British Isles working to bring together people with an interest in the histories of science, technology and medicine and their changing relationship with society.

Foundation for German communication and related technologies
Foundation Centre for German Communication and related Technology. Our objectives are: to preserve the history of science and technology, concerning: electrics and electronics.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Swindon Network
Managed by groups of volunteers, the Swindon Network strives to raise awareness of Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths through locally focused talks, events and visits.

Marconi Veterans Association
The Marconi Veterans’ Association is set up to preserve for ever the name of Marconi and all the employees who have worked for this famous Company.

Marconi Heritage Group
The Marconi Heritage Group’s aim is the preservation of documents, artefacts and personal recollections from all Marconi-related organisations.

Marconi Radar
Recollections of the way British companies which eventually came together under the Marconi banner translated early ideas from both government sponsored research and private venture work into the world’s most successful ranges of equipment to provide the service of what became known as RADAR

The Newcomen Society
The Newcomen Society is the world’s oldest learned society devoted to the study of the history of engineering and technology.

Purbeck Radar Museum Trust
The Purbeck Radar Museum Trust was convened in 1991 to maintain a public record of the radar research carried out by Britain’s top scientists during World War II – especially the work in Purbeck from 1940 – 1942.

RAF Air Defence Radar Museum
Award winning museum at RAF Neatishead, Norfolk.

The Secrets of Radar Museum
The Secrets of Radar Museum is an incorporated not-for-profit museum located in London, Ontario.

United Kingdom Chapter of the AOC: The Electronic Warfare and Information Operations Association
UK Chapter of the Association of Old Crows – formerly known as “The Old Crows”.  The Association of Old Crows serves defence, industry and academia throughout advocacy and educational forums in Electronic Warfare and related areas. The AOC advocates the need for a strong defence capability emphasizing EW to government, industry academia and the public. The AOC provides a forum for sharing ideas and experiences through communication, education and leadership.

Ventnor Radar
An account of one Ground Radar Fitter’s service at RAF Ventnor, descriptions of the radar and information received from site visitors.