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RAF Kirknewton RAF Kirknewton is a Royal Air Force station at Whitemoss, a mile south east of Kirknewton, West Lothian, Scotland.
RAF Kirknewton RAF Kirknewton houses No. 661 Volunteer Gliding Squadron RAF flying a fleet of eight Grob Viking gliders to provide flying experience and training to members of the Air Cadet Organisation.
RAF Kirknewton There are also a few private recreational planes based at the airfield.
Kirknewton, Northumberland The village of Kirknewton used to be a station on the Alnwick to Cornhill railway, run by LNER. This branchline carried passengers and goods until the 50's, when it became uneconomical to run due to dwindling passenger numbers, a competing bus service, and a number of storms which had destroyed parts of the line. The station itself and the station master's house still stand and are used as private residences.
RAF Kirknewton From 1952 to 1966, Kirknewton was home to several small United States Air Force units tasked with providing mobile radio facilities in Britain. These units included 6952nd Security Group, formerly the 6952nd Radio Squadron Mobile, formerly the 37th Radio Squadron Mobile, United States Air Force Security Service (USAFSS). Around 500 American service personnel were tasked with the interception of voice and Morse signals, including military and commercial naval traffic, with priority being given to signals involving Soviet radar and air operations.
RAF Kirknewton Between 1968 and 1986, some of the airfield buildings were used by the battalions resident in Ritchie Camp as MT workshops and garaging. The airfield was used for driver training and for low level tactical training.
Kirknewton, Northumberland The parish of Kirknewton is one of the geographically largest in the United Kingdom, but one of the smallest in terms of population, with a count of 108 residents (56 female, 52 male) in the 2001 UK Census. Most residents live in the villages of Kirknewton, Westnewton and Hethpool, with the remainder scattered in remote farms and steadings, many of which are now holiday properties.
Kirknewton, Northumberland One of Northumberland's most notable daughters, Josephine Grey, the social reformer, was born at Milfield House, about six miles from Wooler. This woman, who did so much valuable work in the nineteenth century to combat the social evils of the day, is more generally known by her married name of Butler. At the end of her long life she returned to her beloved Northumberland and is buried in Kirknewton churchyard under the shadow of Yeavering Bell. A college was named after her at Durham University and a residency block there was named Kirknewton in honour of her burial ground.
RAF Kirknewton RAF Kirknewton was also used as a temporary POW Camp for German officers during the War, while they were awaiting transfer to the USA. During the War the area in trees to the west of the airfield (which has now been redeveloped for housing) was used for additional accommodation and was known as Ritchie Camp.
RAF Kirknewton As part of the "Future Force 2020" budgetary announcement in July 2011, Kirknewton was to have been developed into a major Army base to host a Multi-Role Brigade and both Dreghorn Barracks and Redford Barracks were earmarked for disposal. However plans to develop Kirknewton as an Army barracks were scrapped in March 2013.