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  1. Hace 5 días · To train permanent officers for the flying branch of the service, a cadet college was established at Cranwell, Lincolnshire, in 1920. The RAF staff college was opened in 1922 at Andover, Hampshire.

  2. Hace 1 día · The group oversees stations at RAF College Cranwell in Lincolnshire, RAF Cosford and RAF Shawbury in Shropshire, RAF Halton in Buckinghamshire, MOD St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan, RAF St Mawgan in Cornwall and RAF Valley on Angelsey. The No. 22 Group also manages the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. No. 83 Expeditionary Air Group

  3. Hace 5 días · RAF Cranwell Airport (EGYD) located in Cranwell, England, United Kingdom. Airport information including flight arrivals, flight departures, instrument approach procedures, weather, location, runways, diagrams, sectional charts, navaids, radio communication frequencies, FBO and fuel prices, hotels, car rentals, sunrise and sunset ...

  4. Hace 5 días · He entered the RAF College Cranwell in April 1938 as a Flight Cadet. After the outbreak of war Cranwell cadets who had not completed their courses were enlisted in the regular RAF on 7th September 1939 as Airmen u/t Pilots. MacDougall passed out on 21st October 1939 with a permanent commission.

  5. Hace 3 días · He entered the RAF College Cranwell in September 1932 as a Flight Cadet. He won the Groves Memorial Prize in 1934 and, after graduating, he joined 13 (Army Co-operation) Squadron at Netheravon on 28th July 1934. Lister was posted to 20 (Army Co-Operation) Squadron at Peshawar on 28th February 1935.

  6. Hace 2 días · The Colour Run, held on Wednesday 12 June at RAF Cranwell, is a 5km paint race inspired by the Hindu festival of Holi. Participants are encouraged to walk, jog, or sprint their way through the 5k course while getting showered with bursts of colour. The event is open to whole force and families to sign up and welcomes all ages and fitness levels.

  7. Hace 5 días · The original proposed opening date of 10 November 1942 proved very much a false start, and it was not until after the official reopening in June 1943 that No 3 (Coastal) Operational Training Unit could at last transfer from its previously cramped base, Cranwell.