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RNAS Dunino (HMS Jackdaw II)

Royal Naval Air Station Dunino or more simply RNAS Dunino is a former Fleet Air Arm base located 1.8 miles west of Kingsbarns, Fife, Scotland and 4.6 miles south east of St Andrews, Fife.


RAF Dunsfold


RAF East Moor

Royal Air Force Station East Moor or RAF East Moor was a Royal Air Force station located 7.4 miles north of York, North Yorkshire and 5.5 miles south east of Easingwold, North Yorkshire, England. The airfield was initially controlled by the Royal ...


RAF Elvington

RAF Elvington was a Royal Air Force station which operated from the beginning of the Second World War until 1992 located at Elvington, Yorkshire, England.


RAF Exeter


RAF Faldingworth

Royal Air Force Faldingworth or more simply RAF Faldingworth is a former Royal Air Force station used during and after the Second World War. It was located close to the village of Faldingworth in Lincolnshire, England.


RAF Fauld

Royal Air Force Fauld is a former Royal Air Force underground munitions storage depot located 2.0 miles south west of Tutbury, Staffordshire and 10.4 miles north east of Rugeley, Staffordshire, England.


RAF Firbeck

Royal Air Force Station Firbeck or more simply RAF Firbeck is a former Royal Air Force station located west of Firbeck, South Yorkshire, England. The airfield was opened in September 1940 and was closed in 1948, during this time it was mainly use ...


RAF Foulsham

Royal Air Force Foulsham, more commonly known as RAF Foulsham is a former Royal Air Force station, a military airfield, located 15 miles North-West of Norwich, in the English county of Norfolk, East Anglia, from 1942 to 1945.


RAF Friston

The following units were here at some point: No. 4065 Anti-Aircraft Flight RAF Regiment No. 64 Squadron RAF between 7 August 1943 and 19 August 1943 with Spitfires. No. 2727 Squadron RAF Regiment No. 253 Squadron RAF Its Spitfires arrived on 13 J ...


RAF Full Sutton

Royal Air Force Station Full Sutton or RAF Full Sutton is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.0 miles south east of Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire and 4.7 miles north west of Pocklington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.


RAF Gaydon

Royal Air Force Gaydon or more simply RAF Gaydon is a former Royal Air Force station located 5.2 miles east of Wellesbourne, Warwickshire and 10.8 miles north west of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. RAF Gaydon opened in 1942 and is known for its r ...


RAF Gransden Lodge


RAF Gravesend


RAF Graveley

227 Squadron moved to Graveley from Strubby in June 1945, and was disbanded here on 5 September 1945.


RAF Great Sampford

RAF Great Sampford was a Royal Air Force station located 1.7 miles west of Great Sampford, Essex, England and 5.3 miles south east of Saffron Walden, Essex.


RAF Hampstead Norris

RAF Hampstead Norris is a former Royal Air Force station located 1.3 miles north east of Hampstead Norreys, Berkshire, England and 10.6 miles north west of Reading, Berkshire.


RAF Harrogate

Royal Air Force Harrogate or RAF Harrogate, sometimes known as Ministry of Defence Harrogate, was the name for two distinct Royal Air Force establishments within the town of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. The main site was at St Georges in ...


RAF High Ercall

Royal Air Force Station High Ercall or more simply RAF High Ercall is a former Royal Air Force station situated near the village of High Ercall, seven miles northeast of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.


RAF High Post


RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor

RAF Holme-on-Spalding Moor, or more simply RAF Holme as it was also known, was an airfield in Yorkshire. Built during the Second World War, it was used during the war by the Royal Air Force as a bomber station, and after the war as a transport ai ...


RAF Hunsdon


RAF Hutton Cranswick

Royal Air Force Hutton Cranswick or more simply RAF Hutton Cranswick is a former Royal Air Force station located to the south of Driffield and immediately south west of the village of Hutton Cranswick in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, ope ...


RAF Kelstern

Royal Air Force Station Kelstern or RAF Kelstern is a former Royal Air Force station 3.6 miles south east of Binbrook, Lincolnshire and 4.9 miles north west of Louth, Lincolnshire, England.


RAF Kemble


RAF Kidlington


RAF Langham

Royal Air Force Langham or more simply RAF Langham is a former Royal Air Force station, located 27.2 miles northwest of Norwich, Norfolk, England, from 1940 to 1961. The airfield was the most northerly of the Norfolk wartime RAF airfields and its ...


RAF Lichfield

Royal Air Force Station Lichfield also known as Fradley Aerodrome, was an operational training station from 1940 until 1958. It was situated in Fradley, 2 miles north east of Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. The airfield was the busiest airfiel ...


RAF Lindholme

Royal Air Force Station Lindholme or more simply RAF Lindholme is a former Royal Air Force station in South Yorkshire, England. It is located 3.9 miles south of Thorne and 6.9 miles north east of Doncaster and was initially called RAF Hatfield Wo ...


RAF Lissett

Royal Air Force Station Lissett or more simply RAF Lissett is a former Royal Air Force station located 6.1 miles south west of Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, England.


RAF Little Horwood

RAF Little Horwood was established during World War II, and is located on the site of Greenway Farm in Aylesbury Vale, north east Buckinghamshire. The airfield sits within a triangle formed by Little Horwood, Great Horwood, and Winslow. It was in ...


RAF Little Staughton

Royal Air Force Little Staughton or more simply RAF Little Staughton is a former Royal Air Force station located 1.7 miles south of Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire and 4.2 miles west of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, England.


RAF Long Marston

The airfield was constructed in 1940 upon privately owned arable farmland requisitioned in 1939 for war use by the Air Ministry, the builder John Laing & Son being contracted by the British Government for the task. Its war-time facilities consist ...


RAF Ludham

The airfield at Ludham was built by Richard Costain Ltd and became operational in November 1941 as a second satellite for the main fighter station at RAF Coltishall sited north of Norwich, three tarmac-covered concrete runways and ancillary build ...


RAF Matlaske

From November 1941 to August 1942 the base was host to No. 137 Squadron, one of only two RAF squadrons to fly the unique twin-engine fighter, the Westland Whirlwind, when it was engaged on East coast convoy patrols and anti-shipping tasks. It was ...


RAF Mattishall

RAF Mattishall is a former Royal Flying Corps landing ground located 1 mile east of Mattishall, Norfolk and 10.2 miles north west of Norwich, Norfolk, England.


RAF Melbourne

RAF Melbourne was a Royal Air Force station during the Second World War. Located 5 miles to the south-west of Pocklington, Yorkshire, England. The nearest village is Seaton Ross.


RAF Methwold

Royal Air Force Methwold or more simply RAF Methwold is a Royal Air Force station located 2.1 miles north east of Feltwell, Norfolk and 10.9 miles north west of Thetford, Norfolk, England.


RAF Middle Wallop


RAF Milfield

RAF Milfield was a Royal Air Force station which operated during the Second World War, located near Milfield, Northumberland. The airfield opened on 26 January 1942, hosting No. 59 Operational Training Unit RAF, a fighter training unit, later joi ...


RAF Misson

The site of the former RAF Misson, Nottinghamshire, is located 7.5 miles south-east of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, and approximately 1 mile south-east of the former RAF Finningley airfield.


RAF Mousehold Heath

The area of Norwich between the Salhouse and Plumstead roads was originally the Cavalry Training Ground and then became the Royal Flying Corps Mousehold Heath aerodrome where Boulton Paul, among other manufacturers, passed over the aircraft they ...


RAF Newchurch

Royal Air Force Station Newchurch or RAF Newchurch was a temporary Second World War airfield at Newchurch, Kent. It was a base for a Hawker Tempest wing that gave fighter cover over occupied France in the period up to and beyond D-Day and later d ...


RAF Newmarket

RAF Newmarket was a Royal Air Force station located near Newmarket, Suffolk, England, near the border with Cambridgeshire. In the 1950s - 1960s a new camp appeared under the name RAF Newmarket on the Dullingham Road.This was a Communications Unit ...


RAF North Creake

Royal Air Force North Creake or more simply RAF North Creake is a former Royal Air Force station located 3.3 miles southwest of Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk and 5.7 miles northwest of Fakenham, Norfolk, England.


RAF Oakington

Royal Air Force Oakington or more simply RAF Oakington was a Royal Air Force station located 0.5 miles north of Oakington, Cambridgeshire, England and 5.1 miles north-west of Cambridge.


RAF Oakley

After the end of hostilities in Europe, orders were received on 2 May 1945 that 300 repatriated prisoners of war were arriving by air at 1100. All arrangements were made for their reception, and the provision of refreshments laid on in the Social ...


RAF Oulton

Royal Air Force Oulton or more simply RAF Oulton is a former Royal Air Force Satellite airfield located 3 miles west of Aylsham, Norfolk and 12.5 miles northwest of Norwich, Norfolk, England. The airfield was built over 1939 and 1940 as a bomber ...


Pendeford airfield


RAF Pershore

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