RAF Bodney [entry point]
RAF Bodney was a Bomber Command station located in Norfolk 5 miles (8 kms) south of Swaffham.
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The station opened in 1940 as a satellite to RAF Watton in 2 Group. It was initially used by the Blenheims of 21 Squadron and 82 Squadron. 21 Squadron had spells away from the station which was then briefly used by 105 Squadron with Blenheims and 90 Squadron with B-17s. 21 Squadron returned in March 1942 and started to convert to Venturas but moved away before becoming operational with the type. In May 1943 the station was transferred to the United States Army Air Force until the end of the war.
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