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  1. Roye / Amy

    Roye / Amy

    Military site : airfield

  2. Royston


    Other location

  3. Rudloe Manor

    Rudloe Manor

    Military site : non-airfield
    It was the manor house which was was probably used as Headquarters Ninth Tactical Command. Bath Stone was quarried from here leaving a vast set of underground caverns which were used by the military since the 1930s. Located next to RAF Box (No. 10...

  4. Rumburgh, Suffolk

    Rumburgh, Suffolk

    Other location

  5. Rushden


    Military site : non-airfield

  6. Saffron Walden

    Saffron Walden

    Military site : non-airfield
    Headquarters 65th Fighter Wing. Exact location unknown.

  7. Saint Lambert

    Saint Lambert

    Military site : airfield

  8. Saint Peter & Saint Paul, Lavenham

  9. Saint-Dizier


    Military site : airfield

  10. Saint-Donat


    Military site : airfield

  11. Saint-Pierre-du-Mont


    Military site : airfield

  12. Saint-Pierre-la-Vieille


    Military site : airfield

  13. Saint-Saire, France

    Saint-Saire, France

    Crash site

  14. Sainte Marie-du-Zit

    Sainte Marie-du-Zit

    Military site : airfield

  15. Salsola


    Military site : airfield

  16. Saltby


    Military site : airfield
    Initially a grass airfield satellite to RAF Cottesmore, Saltby opened in August 1941 as the home of No. 14 OTU, but closed for development in August 1943. When allocated to the Ninth Air Force in February 1944, it had three concrete runways, 33 loop...

  17. San Giovanni

    San Giovanni

    Military site : airfield

  18. San Pancrazio

    San Pancrazio

    Military site : airfield

  19. San Severo

    San Severo

    Military site : airfield

  20. Sandweiler


    Military site : airfield

  21. Santa Ana Army Air Base

    Santa Ana Army Air Base

    Military site : airfield

  22. Sawston Hall

    Sawston Hall

    Military site : non-airfield
    Sawston Hall was requisitioned for use as the Headquarters of the 66th Fighter Wing, from the Huddleston family. There is graffiti on the top floor from the US occupation and an air-raid shelter in the grounds. It reverted to the Huddleston's at the...

  23. Schaffen


    Crash site

  24. Schlatthofweg, Aesch

  25. Schollach


    Other location

  26. Scordia


    Military site : airfield

  27. Scorton


    Military site : airfield
    Opened in 1939 as a grass airfield satellite to RAF Catterick, Scorton was initially a day-fighter and then night-fighter base. Developed in 1941 to full station status, it eventually had three concrete runways, a concrete perimeter taxiway plus...

  28. Sculthorpe


    Military site : airfield
    Built for the RAF in 1942-43, and used by the RAF 1943-44. The Eighth Air Force's 803rd Bomb Squadron (P) were a Radio Countermeasures unit lodging here in 1944. The base was used by both the RAF and US forces in the post-war period.

  29. Second Air Division Memorial Library

  30. Sedrata, Algeria

    Sedrata, Algeria

    Military site : airfield

  31. Seething


    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1942-43 as an Eighth Air Force bomber base, Seething had three concrete runways, 51 hardstandings of both loop and 'frying-pan’ types, and two T2 hangars, one on each side of the airfield. It was home to the 448th Bomb Group, equipped with...

  32. Seething Village Hall

    Seething Village Hall

    Other location

  33. Sennen Cove

    Sennen Cove

    Other location

  34. Shaftesbury


    Military site : non-airfield
    One of 16 country houses or 'flak homes' which catered for approximately 25 airmen at a time to come for Rest and Recuperation away from the stress of flying missions. Run by the American Red Cross, each serviceman was entitled to at least one rest...

  35. Sharnbrook


    Military site : non-airfield
    Advance Ammunition Parks used by the RAF were often enlarged to include USAAF munitions. These dumps which might exploit natural cave systems or dense woodland, also included concrete structures as a means of protection. Some were also used to store...

  36. Shelf Moor

    Shelf Moor

    Crash site

  37. Shepherd's Grove

    Shepherd's Grove

    Military site : airfield
    Hepworth was satellite station of Advanced Air Depot Honington. Work to complete this proposed bomber base was slow and still incomplete in April 1944 when it was renamed Shepherd's Grove, remaining unoccupied by 8th Air Force for the duration....

  38. Shepton Mallet

    Shepton Mallet

    Military site : non-airfield

  39. Shining Tor

    Shining Tor

    Crash site

  40. Shipdham


    Military site : airfield
    Shipdham was built in 1941-1942, the first US heavy bomber airfield in the English county of Norfolk. It was a standard design, with T2-type hangars and a domestic site dispersed to the south east. Improvements were carried out to increase the number...

  41. Shipdham Airfield Museum

    Shipdham Airfield Museum

    Other location

  42. Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial

  43. Siddown Hill

    Siddown Hill

    Crash site

  44. Siegerswoude, Bakkeveen

  45. Sioux Falls Field

    Sioux Falls Field

    Military site : non-airfield

  46. Skorve, Seljord, Norway

  47. Slapton Sands

    Slapton Sands

    Military site : non-airfield
    Exact camp locations unknown - South Hams....

  48. Smethwick


    Military site : non-airfield
    Home to signals units. Exact location unknown.

  49. Smith’s Lawn

    Smith’s Lawn

    Military site : airfield

  50. Snailwell


    Military site : airfield
    Planned as a grass airfield satellite to RAF Duxford, Snailwell opened in March 1941 under the control of Army Co-operation Command. It had three grass runways, 12 hardstandings, two single pens, and one Bellman plus ten blister hangars. First American...