RAF Hendon [entry point]
The site was first associated with aviation in 1908-09 and it was a manufacturing and training base during the First World War. The RAF took ownership in 1925 and RAF Hendon became famous for its annual flying displays. During World War Two the station was used for VIP transport. Part of the site is now occupied by the RAF Museum.Refinements:
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