Her Majesty The Queen to Visit RAF Marham

Royal visit to Royal Air Force Club
Queen Elizabeth II being shown the new stained-glass window by Jo Salter, Trustee and first British female jet pilot (left), during her visit to the Royal Air Force Club in London to mark its centenary year.


Monday 3rd February 2020

Her Majesty The Queen, Honorary Air Commodore, will visit Royal Air Force Marham in Norfolk on Monday 3rd February.

The Queen will be greeted by the Station Commander, Group Captain James Beck, and a guard of honour. Her Majesty will visit the Integrated Training Centre and meet personnel from across the station. The Queen will view training demonstrations of engine maintenance, weapons loading and a canopy change. Her Majesty will then meet groups of students from the Royal Air Force and Royal Navy who are attending courses at the centre, before departing for a private lunch.

RAF Marham is the home of the F-35B Lightning – a fifth-generation, multi-role, stealth fighter. The station is also home to a range of engineering support functions, from maintenance to frontline support. Over 3,600 service personnel, civil servants and contractors work at RAF Marham.

Catch up on Her Majesty’s most recent engagements, in the latest issue of Royal Life magazine.

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