In Britain one of the leading societies dealing with the history of air power is the Royal Air Force Historical Society.
The society aims to:
…to mount three annual events, two seminars, usually hosted by the RAF Museum at Hendon (although other venues are used occasionally), and an AGM held in London. Each seminar explores a specific theme and takes the form of papers read by interested parties, ranging from academic historians to veterans recalling their personal experiences. It is some indication of the calibre of speakers that the society can attract that participants have included serving and former Chiefs of the Air Staff, Lord Healey, Sir Michael Quinlan, Dr Alfred Price, Air Cdre Henry Probert (a former Head of the AHB) and Prof Peter Hennessy.
Its journal, which is produced three times a year is full of useful information on RAF airpower and should be read by anyone interested in the history of the RAF. They have started putting back issues of their journal up on the RAF museum website. There is a lot of interesting information contained in these volumes. Topics in the journal range from intelligence in war to leadership. Some very useful stuff for any serious air power historian.