RAF Waddington [concept]


RAF Waddington [concept]


RAF Waddington is in Lincolnshire, three miles south of Lincoln. It opened in November 1916, closed after the end of the First World War and reopened in March 1937. Concrete runways were laid in 1943. Waddington was home to several squadrons flying Hampdens, Manchesters and Lancasters and is still in use today.
It was home to: 9 Squadron, 44 Squadron, 50 Squadron, 97 Squadron, 142 Squadron, 207 Squadron, 420 Squadron, 463 Squadron and 467 Squadron.
Aircraft flown included: Hampden, Manchester and Lancaster
Wartime losses: 1659


IBCC Digital Archive


Hugh Donnelly


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