The Sir Arthur Marshall lectures were inaugurated in 2001 as the Cambridge Branch prestige event.
Previous lectures, dates, speakers and venues are as follows:
First – 8th February 2001 Royal Air Force Flying Training into the 21st Century
Air Vice-Marshal Ian Corbett, Air Officer Training, HQ P&T Command. CUED
Second – 14th February 2002 Future Trends in Commercial Aircraft Enhancements
Robert Avery, President Boeing airplane Services, Seattle. CUED
Third – 13th February 2003 The Rise and Rise of the Low Cost Airlines
Ray Webster, Chief Executive, EasyJet. CUED
Fourth – 12th February 2004 The Air War in Iraq
Air Marshal Glenn Torpy, Deputy C-in-C Strike Command. CUED
Fifth – 17th February 2005 The Airbus A380
Dr Gareth Williams, Airbus UK. Churchill College
Sixth – 16th February 2006 Where Does Space Exploration Go from Here?
Dr Mike Healy, Director of Earth Observation, Navigation & Science, Astrium UK.
Seventh – 8th February 2007 Airport Management & Growth – The View from BAA
Terry Morgan, Managing Director, Stansted Airport. Churchill College
Eighth – 17th February 2008 Air Power – A Return to Expeditionary Capability
Air Chief Marshal Sir Peter Squire, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Imperial War Museum.
Imperial War Museum Duxford
Ninth – 19th February 2009 Helicopters at the Horizon – Nemesis or Novelty
Sir Brian Burridge, Vice President Strategic Marketing, Finmeccanica UK Ltd.
Tenth – 15th April 2010 Is Business Aviation Green Enough to Survive?
Guy Lachlan, Chief Executive, British Business & General Aviation Association. CUED
Eleventh – 17th February 2011 Red Bull Air Racing
Major General Erich Wolf, General Manager, Red Bull Air Race. Downing College
Twelfth – 16th February 2012 The Harrier – Unique in its Time
Air Chief Marshal Sir Clive Loader. Downing College
Thirteenth – 7th February 2013 Flight Testing the A400
Ed Strongman, Chief Test Pilot Military, Airbus. Downing College
Fourteenth – 13th February 2014 The F-35 Lightning II Programme
Air Vice-Marshal Malcolm Brecht, Chief of Staff for Capability, Air Command Headquarters. Downing College