Welcome to the home of the 95th in the UK!

The 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association has faith­fully restored air base buildings to keep alive the memory of the 95th’s role in World War Two. The official UK home of the 95th is a living museum and monument to the only Eighth Air Force Bomb Group to receive the Distinguished Unit Citation three times.


  • Our Past

    The 95th flew 334 missions between May 14th 1943 and May 25th 1945 and was the first Bomb Group to perform a daylight raid on Berlin. It claimed 425 enemy aircraft destroyed, the highest number by any USAAF Bomb Group in WW2.

    Continue to learn about the 95th

  • Our Present

    The Red Feather Club offers a unique exper­ience in a 1940s WW2 NCOs’ social club – visitors say it is like “going back in time”. There are 1940s dances, film shows, talks and the museum is open for educa­tional visits from schools and groups and regular open days.

    See whats on at the museum

  • Our Future

    The 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association is working hard to promote the memory of the men and women who served at Horham with the 95th. You can join us and help as we continue to build on what many think is the friend­liest and best bomb group museum in the UK.

    Learn about how you can help

  • Mission Updates

    A Twitter feed detailing mission reports released each day as they happened during the war.