602 Squadron Museum Association Online Exhibitions
Lions Rampant Project
The 602 Squadron Museum Association has been contributing to the Lions Rampant project which is bringing together young people and older generations, especially veterans, to capture unique oral histories concentrating on experiences of the Second World War and subsequent conflicts.
The project is looking for men and women who have a connection to Glasgow and the military services and who would like to share some of their stories and experiences of conflict. In 2009, then project team will be making several visits to the Museum for day-long filming sessions. These filming days involve a series of short interviews with children asking the questions. The material is then developed into DVD for the museum's archives and excerpts are added online.
If you are interested in participating in the Lions Rampant project and would like some further information, please contact one of the project team.
The Lions Rampant project is generously supported by the Merchants House of Glasgow.
Interviews to date:
- Nigel Rose - 602 Squadron RAF (Click to view interview)
- Iain Blair - 602 Squadron RAF (Click to view interview)
- Dougal MacIntyre - 602 Squadron Museum Association (Click to view interview)
- Alastair Lindsay Mack - Highland Light Infantry (Click to view interview)
- Irene MacLean - Women's Royal Air Force (Click to view interview)
- Edward Scott - Royal Army Service Corps (Click to view interview)