Linking Veterans and today’s RAF
Remembering the fallen
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Welcome to the Typhoon Entente Cordiale Trust
Keeping the Flame burning  
 TECT 2016
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TECTs’ Aims include:
Developing and maintaining links between yesterday’s Hawker Typhoon veterans, their families  and friends, and the Eurofighter Typhoon squadrons of today. Preserving the memory of those who served with Typhoons during World War 2 and the traditions of the 2nd Tactical Air Force, especially during the Battle of Normandy in 1944. Cooperating with our companion organisation, ASAVN, in Normandy in the creation, dedication and preservation of memorials to Typhoon pilots who were lost during the Battle of Normandy.
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     David Ince DFC LdH We very much regret to announce the death of David Ince, founder of TECT. David, originally an Army Artillery officer, transferred to the RAF and flew Typhoons with 193 and 257 Squadrons throughout the Normandy campaign, then into Belgium, Holland and Germany. David’s funeral will be at Easton, near Winchester, at 12:00 on Thursday August 31st.