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|RAF Warmwell was a Royal Air Force station near Warmwell in Dorset, England from 1937 to 1946. During World War II it was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force Ninth Air Force as USAAF station 454. |
Construction of No. 6 Armament Training Camp began in 1936 and upon completion in 1937 the 300 acres (1.2 km²) of former farmland was known as RAF Woodsford...
|The Farallon de Medinilla Target Range is the Pacific Fleet’s only U.S.-controlled range available for live-fire training for forward deployed forces. The Farallon de Medinilla, an uninhabited 200-acre island, stands about 280 feet above sea level and its’ size is approximately 3 miles by 1/2 mile. The Farallon de Medinilla Target Range is located about 150 miles north of Guam||03/18/2007||764|
|Old airfield in Australia used by the allies in World War 2||08/30/2010||439|
|Old airfield in Australia used by the allies in World War 2||08/30/2010||523|
|Old airfield in Australia used by the allies in World War 2||08/26/2010||190|
|28 February 1945 |
The busy month of February ended with another double header mission. The target for both Forces was the marshalling yard at Ora, Italy. Major Roberts, still flushing from his promotion, completed his tour of combat duty by leading the Red Force on this mission. The bombs were dropped visually on this "hot" target for a score of 15.6 percent. Nine of th...
|RAF Beaulieu (pronounced Bew-lee) was a World War II airfield in England located near the small village of Beaulieu in Hampshire. During the war it was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force Ninth Air Force as USAAF station 408.
|RAF Keevil is a former World War II airfield in England. The field is located 4 miles E of Trowbridge in Wiltshire.
The airfield was built on a site previously ear-marked for the purpose in the mid 1930s. Consisting of 3 long concrete runways the airfield was used by the Royal Air Force and the United States Army Air Force Eighth and Ninth Air Forces.
|The Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) is located in northwestern Utah, approximately 70 miles west of Salt Lake City. The UTTR is owned and managed by Hill Air Force Base (Hill AFB), and serves a variety of Department of Defense (DoD) customers for training exercises, test functions, and support services...the south range of the UTTR (UTTR-South), also known as the Wendover Air Force Range, c...||08/05/2005||618|
|Purnululu National Park also known as The Bungle Bungles is a World Heritage Site in Western Australia, 2054 km northeast of Perth. The nearest major town is Kununurra to the north, or Halls Creek to the south. Access to the park by road is via Spring Creek Track, from the Great Northern Highway approximately 250 km south of Kununurra, to the track's end at the visitor centre. The track is 53 k...||02/01/2008||402|
|22 February 1945 |
Colonel Lawhon took off in the lead of a thirty-plane four box formation to attack the marshalling yard at Ingolstadt, Germany, on 22 February. Due to impassible weather he was compelled to abandon the primary target and search for a target of opportunity to be bombed visually. The target selected was the marshalling yard at Kempton, Germany. The choke point of ...
|2 July 1944 |
The change in the old order of things began with the very first mission in July. The target was the Rakos Marshalling Yard in Budapest, Hungary. Although the Group had not bombed in Budapest since the 13th of April, crew members remember well that city as a hot target. On the occasion of this mission there was plenty of flak but not too much of it was within range of...