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RT Montana: Life Around Camp 1970
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RT Wyoming BDA Mission 1971
MACV-SOG HALO Teams 1970 -1971

RT Montana 1969
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Combined Ops 2010: Headcorn Aerodrome


One windy, overcast Sunday one of our members (see below with friends) visited a small Vehicle and Airshow at Headcorn Airfield in Kent. The main attractions of the show being the arrival of various ww2 aircraft, (namely a P51D and Hurricane) an over flight from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's (BBMF) Lancaster Bomber and many vehicles owned by members of the Invicta Military-Vehicle Preservation Society (or IMPS for short), along with a few living history displays from various groups as you will see in the following pictures.

During World War 2 Headcorn airfield Served firstly in 1942 as base of operations for 127 wing Royal Canadian Air force flying Spitfire mk ixb's, then in 1944 it was home to 3 American Fighter Squadrons the 353rd, 355th and the 356th all flying P51B Mustangs. The airfield was closed when the war came to an end, and reopened again in the early 1950's for civil aviation use, and now thrives as a small yet busy aerodrome with Parachute, Helicopter and Fixed wing aircraft schools.