RAF & Allied Air Forces Monument

Plymouth Hoe,  world famous as the place that Sir Francis Drake played bowls before sailing from Plymouth Sound to meet the Spanish Armada in 1558,  is home to the RAF & Allied Air Forces Monument.

The monument is dedicated to those men and women who served in the Allied Air Forces during the period 1939-45, both in the air and on the ground. 

On the RAF & Allied Air Forces Monument, you will find a description of the monument and its activities, and an outline of the role played by each of the major Allied Air Forces involved in the conflict.