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Report - Raf West Raynam Norfolk April10 (yvette fielding sex scandal)

Discussion in 'Diehardlove' started by diehardlove, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. diehardlove

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    RAF West Raynham was a Royal Air Force station located to the west of the village of West Raynham in Norfolk, England. It opened in the 1930s and closed in the 1990s. In the mid- to late-1950s RAF West Raynham was Central Fighter Establishment of the Royal Air Force. It still had at least two operational Meteor jet fighters, a squadron of twin tail-boomed Venoms and Vampire trainer jets. The very 'latest' arrival in 1957 was a flight of Gloster Javelins, which also appeared at Farnborough the same year. Its main pilot training squadrons in 1957 were Hawker Hunters - comprising two wings - Red and Yellow. The airfield and technical site remain the property of the Ministry of Defence but the site is currently disused and falling into disrepair. In December 2005 it was announced that the whole site was to be sold at Auction.

    Notable units based at RAF West Raynham included:

    No. 85 Squadron of 100 Group with the de Havilland Mosquito during World War II.
    The tripartite Hawker Kestrel training and evaluation unit (the Kestrel was the forerunner to the successful Hawker Siddeley Harrier "Jump Jet").
    was also used for the blood hound missle training

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    The last units to operate at RAF West Raynham were an RAF Regiment Rapier Short Range Air Defence Missile Unit and 85 Squadron with long range Bloodhound surface to air missiles.

    haha made you look :D sorry mods please dont ban me:Not Worthy
     

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