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.
This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.
- ► Aircraft at RAF Greenham Common (2 C, 67 F)
- ► Greenham Common (1 C, 28 F)
- ► RAF Greenham Common control tower (5 F)
- ► Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Greenham Common (8 C, 13 F)
- ► RAF Greenham Common by year (1 C)
Media in category "RAF Greenham Common"
The following 52 files are in this category, out of 52 total.
- Eisenhower d-day.jpg 198 KB
- Gate 1961.jpg 53 KB
- Greenham Common bunkers.jpg 514 KB
- Greenham Common in August 08.JPG 3.62 MB
- Greenham Common in August 12.JPG 5.61 MB
- Greenham Common in August 13.JPG 4.79 MB
- Greenham Common in August 17.JPG 3.96 MB
- Greenham Common in August 21.JPG 4.81 MB
- Greenham Common in August 23.JPG 6.05 MB
- Greenham Common in August 25.JPG 3.85 MB
- RAF Greenham Common.jpg 663 KB
- Welcome Wall 2.jpg 158 KB