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Old 18th Aug 2019, 21:34
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Join Date: Dec 2000
Location: Squirrel Heaven (or hell!), Shropshire UK
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An acquainance of mine who lived in a house at the bottom of the picture was in the ATC (Air Training Corps) during the war, and used to fly whilst still a cadet as lookout/engineer/second pilot/dogsbody in Wellingtons and Stirlings and other twin/four engined aircraft from there during the war. As for Stirlings I was a bit sceptical but he was quite adamant and had a photo to prove it!

I believe it is also the longest 'serving' RLG in RAF service - continuous since 1941 and always as a training field.

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