Air Mail accepts articles for consideration from many sources but only has a limited budget to fund articles so in general those submitting articles will not be paid a fee. Articles can be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or can be sent in the post to our address below in Crowborough. Articles should ideally be no more than 1500 words and supported by appropriate photographs. Photographs submitted via e-mail should be sent as separate e-mail attachments. Any photographs submitted must be copyright free. Photographs sent through the post will be scanned for possible future use but will only be returned if a stamped address envelope is supplied for their return.
RAF Association Branches may submit items of interest either by e-mail to
BranchNews@rafatrad.co.uk or they can be sent by post to our Crowborough address below. When submitting photographs via e-mail please ensure that they are a minimum of 150dpi preferably up to 300 dpi and sent as separate e-mail attachments. Photographs submitted by post will be scanned for possible future use but will only be returned if a stamped addressed envelope is supplied for their return.
Limited space is available in each issue for Help, Calling Old Colleagues and Reunion notices but a small charge will be levied to cover compilation costs. Items should be sent by post to our Crowborough address below accompanied by the appropriate remittance. Prices for notices can be found in our Media Pack. If you require advice on pricing or compilation then please call us on 01892 600101 for advice.
Authors and publishers may submit books for consideration by our book review team which is made up of military authors, aviation historians, RAF Association members and serving members of the current RAF. Books should be sent to our Crowborough address below. Submission of a book for review does not guarantee a published review and books will not be returned .
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Limited space is available in each issue for the publication of a selection of letters submitted to the editor. Letters should not relate to political or racial matters nor specific individuals or Association branches. Matters relating to RAF Association policy will be forwarded to Headquarters so that they have the right to reply on such matters. Submission of a letter does not guarantee publication and receipt will only be acknowledged if stamped addressed envelope is included for the purpose. Due to staffing levels, only where the letter requires a specific response from the editorial team will a reply be sent.