On the 25th Anniversary of the Chapel in September 2013, a commemorative service was held in the presence of the Senior Belgian (General Van Caelenberge) and Royal Air Force (Air Marshall Sir Christopher Harper) representatives in Belgium at that time, as remembered by the plaque on the left side wall of the Chapel (A number of photos of this ceremony can be seen here). At this very moving ceremony the following wreaths were laid by example of the breadth of interest, feeling and involvement:
At this event it was noted that only 23 of the many RAF squadrons on which Belgians served, were represented by shields in the Chapel, and that the full history of those who served was relatively unknown.
A further dedication was held on 29th April 2014 to reflect research that 141 RAF squadrons at one time or another had Belgian aircrew serving on them during World War II. The Committee therefore decided to expand the representations of Squadrons by a further 12 to a total of 35, capturing those Squadrons who had 5 or more Belgians serving on them. In addition a further plaque on the outside of the Chapel (as the Chapel is often locked) was commissioned to detail some of the history to visitors with a link to this website for further information.
This website aims to provide a virtual mechanism to honour the complete number of 141 Squadrons and personnel, with virtual links and imagery.