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  1. 3 de feb. de 2014 · Image of early aviators stationed at Cranwell Photograph courtesy of RAF College Cranwell. Show less. Release date: 03 February 2014. Duration: 2 minutes This clip is from. World War One ...

  2. Hace 2 días · About. 57 Squadron delivers elementary flying training which is the first stage of military flying training from RAF College Cranwell. 57 Squadron Instructors are a mixture of military and civilian pilots from a wide variety of backgrounds. Trainees undertake flying and simulation where they are taught basic aircraft handling, pilot navigation ...

  3. Cranwell RAF College and Airfield es una localidad situada en el condado de Lincolnshire, en Inglaterra , con una población estimada a mediados de 2016 de 1407 habitantes.[1] For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Cranwell RAF College and Airfield .

  4. The north airfield situated behind the impressive RAF College Hall is grass-surfaced and used for gliding and can best be seen from the ‘Lighter-Than-Air Road’ which leads north from the B1429. The road name commemorates the early use of the site as a RNAS airship training station, selected in 1914 because of its flatness, lack of dykes and proximity to coastal bombing and gunnery ranges.

  5. Just over one mile to the west of the village, within the Parish of Cranwell, Brauncewell & Byards Leap, is R.A.F. College Cranwell, and R.A.F. Cranwell with its two associated airfields. The northern airfield is the older, being used for light aircraft and airships from 1916 and remains as a grassed field used regularly by gliders and light aircraft.

  6. After the Great War and the creation of the RAF, Cranwell was chosen as the site of the Cadet College and RAF College Cranwell began to train cadets on 5 Feb 1920. This was also the year that the only Royal Air Force Hospital in the county opened at Cranwell, not being joined by RAF Nocton Hall Hospital until 1940.

  7. Go up to the hedge - not beyond the sign warning of an active airfield - and you can get fairly distant views of the airfield from here; aircraft that have landed on 09 can taxi in front of you, round the corner and past the tower, disappearing out of sight behind the trees to the North of the station (and of course in the reverse route if departing from 27).