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RAF Blakehill Farm, UK
RAF Blakehill Farm, UK
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RAF Blakehill Farm (ICAO X1BK) was an RAF airfield situated in Wiltshire, England. The station was originally allocated to the United States Army Air Forces Ninth Air Force but not used. It opened in 1944 and was home for transport aircraft of No. 46 Group Transport Command. In 1948 the airfield was a satellite of RAF South Cerney and used by training aircraft before the airfield closed in 1952 and was returned to agricultural use. After WWII, GCHQ set up an "experimental radio station", a top secret research facility, on the site of the RAF's wartime airfield at Blakehill Farm. It consisted of huge communications masts arranged in mysterious strategic patterns in the middle of the old airfield. The site was still active in some capacity until the mid 1990s and traces of the former antenna bases can still be seen on satellite photographs. The site is now a Wiltshire Wildlife Trust nature reserve.
Posted Apr 17, 2016 14:38 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Broadwell, UK
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RAF Broadwell (ICAO X2BW) is a former Royal Air Force station located 2 miles north of Broadwell and 3 miles southeast of Burford, Oxfordshire, within 2 miles of RAF Brize Norton. It opened on 15 November 1943 and closed on 31 March 1947, operating under RAF Transport Command. It consisted of 3 concrete runways in triangular configuration. Broadwell took part in the D-Day assaults with nearby RAF Down Ampney and RAF Blakehill Farm. Broadwell had two such squadrons, No. 512 Squadron RAF and No. 575 Squadron RAF were based here, flying the Douglas Dakota. In February 1944, No. 512 Squadron was transferred to No. 46 Group at RAF Broadwell, it was a tactical Dakota squadron and started training glider towing and parachute dropping. Its first operation in the new role was a leaflet drop on 5 June 1944 over France, this followed intensive flying in and out of France including dropping parachutists at Arnhem. On the eve of D-Day No. 575 Squadron dropped 5 Para into the invasion drop zone. On 6 June, it towed 21 Horsa gliders into France. In the next few weeks it started a casualty evacuation service from France back to England. In September 1944, it was involved in operation market garden to Arnhem where it suffered severe casualties. The airfield continued to be a terminus for long-range transport operations to Europe, the Middle East and India. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Apr 16, 2016 13:36 by Terry Boissel
 
FSX Alfs UK airfields - Volume 34 - Sleap EGCV
FSX Alfs UK airfields - Volume 34 - Sleap EGCV
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FSX-Sleap, near Shrewsbury, is the home of Shropshire Aero Club,and once a satellite of nearby RAF Shawbury and it was used for training ATC personel.
Posted Apr 16, 2016 05:44 by Alf Denham
 
RAF Down Ampney, UK
RAF Down Ampney, UK
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RAF Down Ampney (ICAO X2DA) was a Royal Air Force station located 1.8 miles (2.9 km) north east of Cricklade, Wiltshire and 3 miles (4.8 km) south west of RAF Fairford, Gloucestershire. The airfield operated during World War II from February 1944 until February 1947. Down Ampney was part of a group of 3 airfields with RAF Broadwell and RAF Blakehill Farm dedicated to air transportation. No. 48 Squadron RAF and No. 271 Squadron RAF flew Douglas Dakotas on major missions. On D-Day they dropped the main elements of the 3rd Parachute Brigade in Normandy as well as towing Airspeed Horsa gliders across the English Channel. They were also active in Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) and the Rhine crossing. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Apr 15, 2016 09:52 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Fairford 1944, UK
RAF Fairford 1944, UK
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RAF Fairford (IATA: FFD, ICAO: EGVA) is a Royal Air Force (RAF) station in Gloucestershire, England which is currently a standby airfield and therefore not in everyday use. RAF Fairford was constructed in 1944 to serve as an airfield for British and American troop carriers and gliders for the D-Day invasion of Normandy and Operation Market Garden during World War II
Posted Apr 14, 2016 03:10 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Ramsbury, UK
RAF Ramsbury, UK
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RAF Ramsbury is a former Royal Air Force station located 5 miles (8.0 km) east-northeast of Marlborough, Wiltshire, England. Opened in 1942, it was used by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces. During the war it was used primarily as a transport airfield. With the end of military control Ramsbury was returned agricultural use. By the mid-1960s, much of the concrete had been removed.
Posted Apr 11, 2016 03:58 by Terry Boissel
 
FSX Genoa airport, Italy (UltiMax)
FSX Genoa airport, Italy (UltiMax)
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New freeware release from UltiMax FSX Sceneries, New package contains over 70 square miles of photorealistic scenery of Genoa and the surrounding area. New features of the airport include: Photorealistic scenery Accurate parking/ taxiways Extra Taxi signs Accurate placement of tower, terminals etc Accurate road layout with moving traffic Accurate Placement of buildings in the city Static/ animated ground crew Static Ships Static Aircraft Excellent FPS Excellent night lighting including ramp lighting 'Back of airport' includes car park etc Animated jetways Enjoy and happy flying ;--)
Posted Apr 9, 2016 06:55 by UltiMax
 
EDOA Auerbach X, Germany
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FSX EDOA Auerbach X, Germany, v1.0. - Highly detailed implementation of the airfield Auerbach (EDOA) - Ground based on high resolution Aerial Image including 5 seasons and night Layer - Compatible with all surface Addons eg VFR Germany - Custom Runway + Ground Textures. The airfield Auerbach located in the Saxon Vogtland southwest of Auerbach and north of Falkenstein. He is classified as a commercial airport and approved for aircraft up to 7.5 tons. The airfield Auerbach is great attraction in this region. Objective of the airfield society is the public transport in the air between Vogtlandkreis and Erzgebirge to other regions of Germany, mainly for small business travel. Simultaneously, the Vogtland economy and tourism should be promoted in the region through the airfield Auerbach. By Sierra Foxtrot Design.
Posted Apr 9, 2016 06:07 by sf design
 
RAF Greenham Common April 1944, UK
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RAF Greenham Common (ICAO X2GC) is a former Royal Air Force station in Berkshire, England. The airfield was southeast of Newbury, about 55 miles (89 km) west of London. It was opened in 1942, and was used by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War and the United States Air Force during the Cold War. After the Cold War ended, the station was closed in 1993. The airfield was also known for the Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp held outside its gates in the 1980s. In 1997 Greenham Common was designated as public parkland. This short description doesn't do this very interesting unit justice I recommend you visit the RAF Greenham Common page on Wikipedia
Posted Apr 8, 2016 13:59 by Terry Boissel
 
RAF Welford, UK
RAF Welford, UK
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RAF Welford (ICAO X1WL) is an active Royal Air Force station in Berkshire, England. The airfield is located approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) northwest of Newbury; about 50 miles (80 km) west-southwest of London. It opened in 1943 and was used during the Second World War by both the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Forces. During the war it was used primarily as a transport airfield. After the war it was closed in 1946 and placed in reserve status. As a result of the Cold War, the station was reopened in 1955 as a munitions depot by the United States Air Force. Today it is still used by the United States Air Force although not as an active airfield. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Apr 6, 2016 13:50 by Terry Boissel