Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Centre at RAF Coningsby is a special place for us as they were one of the very first to support our project of Secret Spitfires. We were pointed in their direction by Wing Commander Ryles who told us that if we wanted to see what it was like to meet a real Spitfire pilot, we should go and meet the ones at Coningsby. We already knew that there were young Typhoon pilots there but not aware there were veteran pilots there as well but we were corrected immediately. These young pilots are today’s Spitfire pilots and the Typhoon is in fact the modern day equivalent of the interceptor Spitfire. When we finally got there to meet Squadron Leader Millie and Wing Commander Hells, it became clear what he was talking about. It was obvious that these were special men and women dedicated to their duties to serve their country and protect its sovereignty. They had a special glint in their eyes which lit up when we spoke about the war and Spitfires and this extended to all the engineers, ground crews who work very hard to maintain the numerous WW2 warplanes at the centre. We made this promotional advert to thank them for all their help and especially to thank them for simply being there for us all. We all need them to keep our heritage in safe hands.