RAF Yatesbury [concept]


RAF Yatesbury [concept]


RAF Yatesbury was in Wiltshire, four miles east of Calne. It opened in 1936 to train pilots using the West Camp airfield. In 1939 a school was established to train Wireless Operators, and later the No 2 Radio School was established to train wireless and radar mechanics. It closed in 1965.
Aircraft flown included: Procter and Dominie.


IBCC Digital Archive


Trevor Hardcastle


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