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The Briefing

RAF in Dorset

RAF in Dorset

Dorset's RAF history dates back to WWI, the county important in the defence of Britain from the threat of both airship attacks and German submarine activity, working in conjunction with Royal Navy forces.
RAF in Somerset

RAF in Somerset

The county of Somerset has long-standing links with the RAF dating back to the 1920s
Avro Shackleton

Avro Shackleton

The longest serving RAF maritime patrol aircraft known for its ‘growl’

RAF in Berkshire

RAF in Berkshire

For a location bordering the western outskirts of England’s capital city, it is perhaps surprising that Berkshire boasted so few RAF facilities, even at the height of WW2 hostilities.
101 Squadron

101 Squadron

No. 101 Squadron pays tribute to one of its most famous sons
Tempest Project Gathers Pace

Tempest Project Gathers Pace

Tempest project gathers pace as Defence Chiefs sign official treaty

RAF in Oxfordshire Part Two

RAF in Oxfordshire Part Two

RAF in Oxfordshire part two K-W
RAF in Oxfordshire Part One

RAF in Oxfordshire Part One

A hotbed of aircraft activity from pre-WWI to the present day, Oxfordshire remains a key location for RAF operations
83 Squadron

83 Squadron

Missing crew members from No. 83 Squadron finally found as Lancaster bomber is recovered

Gloster Javelin

Gloster Javelin

The short-lived jet that was the last to bear the famous Gloster name

RAF in Hertfordshire

RAF in Hertfordshire

For a county that skirts the northern sector of England’s capital city, Hertfordshire could be described as being a little light on RAF stations
RAF Leeming

RAF Leeming

Leeming still key to the nation’s air defences more than 80 years after its first squadrons arrived