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NADAG
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UK Museums - Aviation Related
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Description
Former RAF Radar and Control Station, WW2 to the Cold War. Excellent and interesting display, winners of several national Museum competitions over the years.

Sites dedicated to the old RAF/USAF Bentwaters airbase in Suffolk.
Both Site and actual Museum well worth a visit.


Debach was one of the last 8th Air Force heavy bomber stations to be occupied by the American 8th Army Air Force.

The story of RAF Langham as both a Coastal Command airfield in WW2 and the site of a Civilian Anti-Aircraft Cooperation Unit from 1952 until 1958 is told in displays and films in the restored iconic Dome where anti-aircraft gunnery training, which took place until the late 1950s, is also explained.

by John Allan

Situated on one of the very few surviving airfields which participated in the Battle of Britain.

Small but very interesting museum about Royal Air Force Oulton, which was a bomber base created on the Blickling Estate in 1939.

Site relating to the restored WW2 control tower at Rougham Airfield.

Dedicated to the memory of RAF Coltishall and all those who served there.

In June 1943 the sleepy Norfolk village of Thorpe Abbotts became home to the 100th Bomb Group of the Eighth Airforce.

This immensely characterful museum commemorates the contribution made during WWII by the 389th Heavy Bombardment Group 2nd Air Division of the American Airforce.

Here links can be found to 390th Bomb Group and to the British Resistance Organisation, with insight into 'Britain's Secret Army.'

The various pages of this site describe the distinguished history of the former west Norfolk airfield of Bircham Newton and its two World War II satellites at Docking and Langham.