RAF Honeybourne [entry point]
RAF Honeybourne was a Bomber Command training station located in Worcestershire, 5 miles (8 kms) east of Evesham.
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It opened in 1941 and was initially used by Ferry Command with Hudsons, Beauforts and B-24s. In March 1942 the station transferred to Bomber Command and used by 24 Operational Training Unit initially equipped with Whitleys but it converted to Wellingtons in April 1944.
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