ⓘ RAF Poulton

                                     

ⓘ RAF Poulton

RAF Poulton is a former Royal Air Force station located near Poulton, Cheshire and was operational from 1 March 1943 until 1945. It was used as an Operational Training Unit and Tactical Exercise Unit for Hawker Hurricanes.

                                     
  • Poulton may refer to: Poulton Cheshire, England RAF Poulton Cheshire Poulton - with - Fearnhead, a civil parish in Warrington, Cheshire, England Poulton
  • to Dieulacres in Staffordshire. During Second World War, the RAF established RAF Poulton to the northwest of the settlement. The base was used to train
  • the civil parish of Poulton - with - Fearnhead. Historically part of Lancashire, and in the specific area of Warrington known as Poulton - with - Fearnhead. Up
  • also as No. 563 Squadron to operate from RAF Turnhouse. The unit reformed on 15 March 1945, at RAF Poulton in No. 12 Group, as half an Operational Training
  • No. 595 Squadron RAF was a squadron of the Royal Air Force from 1943 to 1949. The squadron was formed at RAF Aberporth, Wales on 1 December 1943, from
  • in March 1945 at RAF Poulton with Spitfires. No. 59 Operational Training Unit RAF 59 OTU 59 OTU was formed in December 1940 at RAF Turnhouse to train
  • This list of former RAF stations includes most of the stations, airfields and administrative headquarters previously used by the Royal Air Force. The
  • seaside resort of Blackpool, approximately 7 miles 11 km south - east of Poulton - le - Fylde and about 12 miles 19 km north - west of its post town, Preston
  • Rooms in Rye, East Sussex Woodland management and woodcrafts businesses at Poulton Wood near Aldington, Kent A college for people with learning difficulties
  • POW prisoner of war For details of RAF rank abbreviations, see RAF Commissioned Officer Ranks and RAF Non - Commissioned Officer Ranks. For details
  • Staffordshire Place Names Including The Black Country Page 63: Author: Anthony Poulton - Smith: Publisher: Countryside Books 1995 ISBN 1853063614 The Domesday
  • Sgt James R. Craven Pilot, Sgt Kenneth R. Blaskey Pilot, Sgt Albert C. Poulton Wireless Operator Air Gunner. The railway service in the area was improved