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  1. In 1928, Bader joined the RAF as an officer cadet at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell in rural Lincolnshire. He continued to excel at sports, and added hockey and boxing to his repertoire. Motorcycling was tolerated at Cranwell, though cadets usually took part in banned activities such as speeding, pillion racing and buying and racing ...

  2. 1918 - Formally named RAF Wittering. 1955 to 1968 - V-Force bombers (the Valiant, Victor and Vulcan) flew from RAF Wittering. 1969 - Harriers arrived and remained until 2010. 2014 - The airfield was reactivated and flying squadrons returned in early 2015 to train the next generation of RAF pilots.

  3. A major RAF Hospital was added to the site in 1940 and towards the end of the war it was decided that repatriated RAF PoWs would be processed through RAF Cosford. Nos 106 and 108 Personnel Reception Centres were established and over 13,000 ex-PoWs had passed through RAF Cosford by 23 August 1948 when the units were eventually closed down.

  4. Carrera en la RAF. Townsend se unió a la Real Fuerza Aérea en 1933 y se entrenó en Cranwell RAF College and Airfield. Fue nombrado oficial piloto el 27 de julio de 1935. [4] Al graduarse, se unió al 1º Escuadrón de la RAF en la RAF Tangmere volando el caza biplano Hawker Fury.

  5. RAF Lakenheath's gate guardian is North American F-100D Super Sabre, serial number '54-2269'. The aircraft was originally delivered to the French Air Force. On return it was moved to the "Wings of Liberty Memorial Park" at RAF Lakenheath. Firstly it was painted as '55-4048', latterly as '56-3319'. Protests

  6. He was so impressed that in 1926 he recommended Whittle for officer training at RAF College Cranwell. For Whittle, this was the chance of a lifetime, not only to enter the commissioned ranks but also because the training included flying lessons on the Avro 504. While at Cranwell he lodged in a bungalow at Dorrington.