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  1. Inverness

    Inverness

    Other location

  2. Istres, France

    Istres, France

    Military site : airfield

  3. Jaraczewo

    Jaraczewo

    Crash site

  4. Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

  5. Joubieval

    Joubieval

    Crash site

  6. Juvincourt

    Juvincourt

    Military site : airfield

  7. Kassel/Rothwesten Airfield

    Kassel/Rothwesten Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  8. Keevil

    Keevil

    Military site : airfield
    Planned as an RAF operational training station, Keevil was allocated while under construction to the Eighth Air Force as a transport base. Built during 1942, it had eventually three concrete runways, 51 pan hardstandings, two T2 hangars and nine...

  9. Kenley

    Kenley

    Military site : airfield
    An RAF Station with US lodger units; USAAF using Spitfires and P-38s were attached to RAF No 11 Group stations in mid-1942 for training; also used for special operations between British and US forces. During 1943 RAF aircraft,, continued to escort...

  10. Kettering

    Kettering

    Military site : non-airfield
    There is some confusion as to the location of units stationed in or around Kettering, including at Boughton House. Exact locations unknown.

  11. Ketteringham Hall

    Ketteringham Hall

    Military site : non-airfield
    300-400 US servicemen were housed in Nissen huts built in what is now woodland next to the Hall. At one time home to Team Lotus (Formula 1); currently privately owned with a memorial in the grounds.

  12. Key Field

    Key Field

    Military site : airfield

  13. Keythorpe Hall

    Keythorpe Hall

    Military site : non-airfield

  14. Kidderminster

    Kidderminster

    Military site : non-airfield
    Support units were based here. The station number is listed as the same for Stone, Staffordshire (Duncan Hall). Exact location unknown.

  15. Kilkeel

    Kilkeel

    Military site : non-airfield

  16. Kimbolton

    Kimbolton

    Military site : airfield
    Planned for RAF use, Kimbolton airfield was built by W and C French Ltd. in 1941. The airfield was increased in size to accommodate a full US heavy Bomb Group, and the first such unit to us it was the 91st Bomb Group, who arrived in September 1942....

  17. Kingham

    Kingham

    Military site : non-airfield
    The depot known as Kingham would appear to have been quite spread out over the area between Kingham and Adlestrop. Both villages had a railway station but Adlestrop is now disused. There was an Ammunition Inspection Building well away from the villages...

  18. Kings Cliffe

    Kings Cliffe

    Military site : airfield
    Kings Cliffe began as a satellite air base for the Group based at nearby Wittering. The 56th Fighter Group, however, were all based at Kings Cliffe and it was here that the pilots trained in P-47 Thunderbolts and flew their first missions in the...

  19. Kings Somborne

    Kings Somborne

    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...

  20. Kingsnorth

    Kingsnorth

    Military site : airfield
    Kingsnorth was used as an RAF Advanced Landing Ground in 1943, with temporary runways and buildings. It was then used by the Ninth Air Force as an Advanced Landing Ground 1944, and was in 1944 home briefly to the 36th Fighter Group.

  21. Kingston Bagpuize

    Kingston Bagpuize

    Military site : airfield
    Used by the RAF during 1942-43 as a grass airfield Relief Landing Ground and satellite training base, Kingston Bagpuize was selected in 1943 by 9th Air Force Service Command to house the 4th Tactical Air Depot, to be moved from RAF Charmy Down. RAF and...

  22. Kirby Bedon Crash Site

  23. Kircassock House

    Kircassock House

    Military site : non-airfield
    Home to the 496th Fighter Training Group and other support units.

  24. Kirkby

    Kirkby

    Military site : non-airfield
    A depot for materiel shipped from the United States - known as an 'Intransit Depot'. Exact location unknown.

  25. Kirton-in-Lindsey

    Kirton-in-Lindsey

    Military site : airfield
    Used as an RFC and RAF Home Defence landing ground during the First World War, Kirton-in-Lindsey was built during 1938-40 as an RAF fighter station. It had two grass runways, 10 hardstandings, three grouped C hangars and four over-blister hangars....

  26. Kjeller, Norway

    Kjeller, Norway

    Other location

  27. Knettishall

    Knettishall

    Military site : airfield
    Knettishall was built to Class A standard for an American Bomb Group that would be bringing up to forty heavy bombers with them in three or four Squadrons. The 388th Bomb Group, which stayed at Knettishall for their entire service in the ETO, flew B-17...

  28. Knightshayes Court

    Knightshayes Court

    Military site : non-airfield
    Built in 1874 for the Heathcote-Amory family....

  29. Knook Camp

    Knook Camp

    Military site : airfield

  30. Knutsford

    Knutsford

    Military site : non-airfield

  31. Korba Airfield

    Korba Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  32. La Croix-Comtesse, France

  33. La Luc Airfield

    La Luc Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  34. Laconia New Hampshire

    Laconia New Hampshire

    Other location

  35. Lake Windemere, Lake District

  36. Lake on the Pylewell Estate, Boldre, Hampshire

  37. Lakenheath

    Lakenheath

    Military site : airfield
    Selected in 1940 as the site of a 2nd satellite for RAF Mildenhall, Lakenheath was built and opened in 1941. It had three Class A extended hard runways and 36 hardstandings as aircraft dispersal points. The original pair of T2 hangars were supplemented...

  38. Lamas

    Lamas

    Crash site

  39. Landing Ground 174

    Landing Ground 174

    Military site : airfield

  40. Lands End

    Lands End

    Other location

  41. Langar

    Langar

    Military site : airfield
    Langar was built in the latter half of 1942 in the parish of Harby, which is the name locals used to refer to the base. It was built to a standard Class A specification, with 6,000 foot and 4,200 foot runways, hardstandings for aircraft (originally 36,...

  42. Langford Lodge

    Langford Lodge

    Military site : airfield
    Planned to be a Satellite Landing Ground for No. 23 Maintenance Unit at RAF Aldergrove, Langford Lodge was selected in October 1941 to be developed as an air deport for the maintenance and repair of USAAF aircraft. A scheme was devised whereby the...

  43. Langham

    Langham

    Other location

  44. Langham Nr Cottesmore

    Langham Nr Cottesmore

    Military site : non-airfield

  45. Langton

    Langton

    Military site : non-airfield
    Home of a Signal Construction Battalion. Exact location unknown

  46. Laon / Couvron

    Laon / Couvron

    Military site : airfield

  47. Laon/Athies

    Laon/Athies

    Military site : airfield

  48. Lashenden

    Lashenden

    Military site : airfield
    Close to but completely separate from RAF Headcorn, Lashenden was built for the RAF during 1942-43 as an Advanced Landing Ground (ALG), initially as a light bomber base and then as a training base for mobile fighter squadrons. Enlarged and improved for...

  49. Lavenham

    Lavenham

    Military site : airfield
    Lavenham was built as a standard USAAF bomber airfield, with fifty hardstandings, T2 hangars and 2,000 and 1,400 feet runways. John Laing and Son Ltd. carried out the work in 1943, and the airfield opened in April 1944. The 487th Bomb Group occupied...

  50. Lavenham Marketplace

    Lavenham Marketplace

    Other location