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Museum News and Events in 2024

15th June 2024 - Presentation of George Medal to the Museum

The museum was delighted to accept a George Medal from the family of the late Group Captain John Sim in a special presentation ceremony.

Family members had travelled far and wide for the event...from as far as Australia and the USA. The event was also attended by the Lord Lieutenant, Mrs Patricia Sawers and Group Captain Andrew Tait, Honorary President of the museum. Piper, Mark Lumgair led the guests to the Robertson Building for the presentation where Stuart Archibald, Museum Chairman introduced Mr Andrew Sim, son of the recipient to say a few words and recount his father's story of bravery in defusing a 500kg bomb.

The Last Post was then played by Mark Buchanan of Forfar Instrumental Band. After the poignant "Flowers of The Forest", played by Mark Lumgair, the Lord Lieutenant accepted the medal on behalf of the museum and paid tribute to Sim's incredible act of courage. Group Captain Tait closed the ceremony with a short speech and gave thanks to the family. The museum would like to express its sincere thanks to the Sim family and all who attended the event.
Family of the late Group Captain John Sim

March - A new arrival – S.E.5a (G-SEVA)

The team at Montrose Air Station Museum are proud to welcome our latest exhibit, a beautiful replica S.E.5a (7/8th scale). The aircraft, after many years of exciting flying, has now retired and will now be on permanent display at the museum. The fuselage is on show in the Butler Building minus its wings which are currently being restored by our volunteers. A special thank you to all the team at MGS Logistics Aberdeen for your professional and helpful assistance in moving our new acquisition to the Montrose Air Station Museum. Your support was greatly appreciated.
SE5a Flying
MGS Logistics