About Us

 

 

 

Key objectives of the Airborne Engineers Association are:

 

  1. To maintain Contact between former and current members of the Corps of Royal Engineers to foster mutual support

  2. To provide a focus for social and other gatherings of members of the Association

  3. To provide assistance to members of the Association who require access to welfare support

  4. To preserve the memory and traditions of airborne units of the Corps of Royal Engineers

Life membership of the Association is £25.00

The Association currently has an Executive Committee, an Advisory Committee and six branches, Aldershot, Birmingham, Chatham, Scotland, Yorkshire and 299 Association Hull

Presentation about the AEA
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this file
In Firefox and Internet Explorer the presentation will open in a new window
Use the right arrow key to move forward through the slides
Use the left arrow key to move backwards through the slides
If using Firefox or Internet Explorer - When finished with the presentation close the window to return to this page
If using Chrome or Safari - When finished with the presentation press the back button to return to this page

Download Adobe Acrobat Reader for Free

AEA Constitution | Eligibility

Structure of the Airborne Engineers Association

AEA Structure