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  1. Folkingham


    Military site : airfield
    Folkingham was built as a decoy airfield - kniown as a 'KQ' site in 1940-1941. Built up as a bomber Station for the RAF in 1943, it was handed to the Ninth Air Force in 1944, where it was used by the 313th Troop Carrier Group. It was also used as a...

  2. Forchies-la-marche


    Crash site

  3. Ford


    Military site : airfield
    Originally a Royal Flying Corps station at the end of the First World War, the airfield was unused from 1920-1930, and a civil airfield from 1930-1936. Re-used as RAF Ford 1937-39, and operated by the Royal Navy 1939-40, it was allocated for Eighth...

  4. Forges-les-Eaux


    Crash site

  5. Fort Bliss National Cemetery

  6. Fort Dix

    Fort Dix

    Military site : non-airfield

  7. Fort Logan National Cemetery

  8. Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery

  9. Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

  10. Fort Snelling National Cemetery

  11. Foulsham


    Military site : airfield
    Foulsham was built for the RAF in 1940-42, then used by RAF bombers and RAF special electronic warfare aircraft. An Eighth Air Force Radio Countermeasures detachment was based here in 1944-45 (it also used nearby RAF Oulton. The airfield was closed at...

  12. Foulsham Village Sign, Foulsham

  13. Fowey


    Other location

  14. Fowlmere


    Military site : airfield
    Just as nearby Duxford was known as the 'Duck pond' by American airmen, so Fowlmere was known as 'the Hen Puddle' because of the wet conditions that pervaded the bases during the winter of 1943-1944. The 339th Fighter Group had no choice but to persist...

  15. Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire

    Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire

    Other location

  16. Foxton


    Crash site

  17. Framlingham


    Military site : airfield
    Built for the Eighth Air Force from 1942 to 43, Framlingham was home first to the 95th Bomb Group, before that unit moved to RAF Alconbury. From 1943 to 1945, it was operated by the 390th Bomb Group. The airfield was handed back to the RAF in 1945, and...

  18. Freckleton


    Crash site

  19. Frederick Army Airfield

    Frederick Army Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  20. Frettenham Village Hall

    Frettenham Village Hall

    Other location

  21. Fritton Warren

    Fritton Warren

    Military site : non-airfield

  22. Fritzlar


    Military site : airfield

  23. Fulbeck


    Military site : airfield
    A Relief Landing Ground for RAF College Cranwell in 1940-42, Fulbeck was developed as RAF Fulbeck bomber station in 1942-43. Operated first by the RAF then the Troop Carrier Groups of the Ninth Air Force in the build up to and exectution of the...

  24. Furth


    Military site : airfield

  25. Furzedown House

    Furzedown House

    Military site : non-airfield

  26. Gablingen


    Military site : airfield

  27. Gael


    Military site : airfield

  28. Garvestone


    Crash site

  29. Geiger Field

    Geiger Field

    Military site : airfield

  30. Gelderingen


    Crash site

  31. Gerbini


    Military site : airfield

  32. Gioia del Colle

    Gioia del Colle

    Military site : airfield

  33. Giulia


    Military site : airfield

  34. Glatton


    Military site : airfield
    Glatton, which lay mostly in the parish of Conington, was built by the 809th Engineer Battalion (Aviation) of the U.S. Army in the last months of 1942. Unusually, the base's three runways surrounded Rose Court Farm, which remained a working farm...

  35. Golden Gate National Cemetery

  36. Gorges


    Military site : airfield

  37. Gorleston on Sea

    Gorleston on Sea

    Other location

  38. Gosfield


    Military site : airfield
    First used as an airfield during the First World War, when known as Royal Flying Corps/RAF Sible Hedingham, it was built as Gosfield for the Eighth Air Force and then Ninth Air Force in 1942-43. Home to first the 365th Fighter Group, then the 397th...

  39. Goswick Bay

    Goswick Bay

    Crash site

  40. Goxhill


    Military site : airfield
    Goxhill opened in June 1941 as an RAF Bomber Command airfield, before being handed over to RAF Fighter Command in December. The Eighth Air Force took ownership in August 1942, and used the airfield, which they quickly dubbed 'Goat Hill' for operational...

  41. Grafton Underwood

    Grafton Underwood

    Military site : airfield
    Grafton Underwood was built in 1941 by George Wimpey and Co. Ltd. It was the first airfield in England to receive an Eighth Air Force flying unit, when in May 1942 personnel of the 15th Bomb Squadron took up residence. As a satellite airfield for...

  42. Gravesend


    Military site : airfield

  43. Great Ashfield

    Great Ashfield

    Military site : airfield
    The airfield was built in 1942 by John Laing & Son Ltd. 108,000 tons of concrete was used in its construction, creating a Class 'A' airfield suitable for heavy bombers. The 385th Bomb Group took up residence in the summer of 1943, and remained at the...

  44. Great Ashfield, Village Sign

  45. Great Barrington

    Great Barrington

    Military site : non-airfield
    An engineer unit was based here. Exact location unknown

  46. Great Chesterford

    Great Chesterford

    Military site : non-airfield

  47. Great Dunmow

    Great Dunmow

    Military site : airfield
    The airfield, two miles north-west of Great Dunmow, was built in 1942-1943 by the US Army's 818th Engineer Battalion (Aviation), alongside British contractors. B-26 Marauders of the 386th Bomb Group moved in in September 1943, and in October the Group...

  48. Great Falls Army Air Base

    Great Falls Army Air Base

    Military site : airfield

  49. Great Sampford

    Great Sampford

    Military site : airfield
    Opened in April 1942 as a grass airfield satellite to RAF Debden, Great Sampford had a single Sommerfeld Track runway and four blister hangars. Allocated to the Eighth Air Force in September 1942, it was returned to the RAF in February 1943, and...

  50. Great Whernside, Kettlewell