Category:RAF Greenham Common

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English: RAF Greenham Common is a former World War II and NATO Cold War airfield located on the border between Greenham and Crookham, 2 miles south-east of Newbury in the English county of Berkshire and 45 miles west of London. During World War II it was used by the United States Army Air Force and the Royal Air Force, and during the Cold War by the United States Air Force for Strategic Air Command bombers and later for BGM-109G Gryphon Cruise missiles. Since 2010 it has been a nature reserve managed by the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust.
Greenham Common (cy); グリーナム・コモン空軍基地 (ja); RAF Greenham Common (de); RAF Greenham Common (en); Greenham Common Royal Air Force Base (sv); Greenham Common Royal Air Force Base (ceb); 格林漢公地皇家空軍基地 (zh); RAF Greenham Common (fr) former Royal Air Force station in Berkshire, England (en); イギリス空軍の軍事基地 (ja); Militärflugplatz der britischen Royal Air Force östlich des Örtchens Greenham (de); Royal Air Force basis in Greenham, Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl) Royal Air Force Station Greenham Common, Greenham Common Royal Air Force Base, Royal Air Force Greenham Common (en); グリーンハム・コモン空軍基地, RAFグリーンハム・コモン (ja); base aérienne militaire du Royaume-Uni (fr)
RAF Greenham Common 
former Royal Air Force station in Berkshire, England
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Instance ofRoyal Air Force station (1940–1991),
Location Greenham, England, United Kingdom
Owned by
  • 1942
Dissolved, abolished or demolished date
  • 1991
Elevation above sea level
  • 116 m
ICAO airport code
  • EGVI
51° 22′ 42.96″ N, 1° 16′ 55.92″ W
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