Attlebridge Airfield Visitor's Centre Project - 466th BG. 1.4K likes. This page is the official page for the Attlebridge Airfield Visitors Centr By the little village of Weston Longville, ten miles out of Norwich, are the remains of Attlebridge Airfield. Between March 1944 and July 1945 it was home to the USAAF 466th Bombardment Group. Today, amid green and golden fields and small areas of woodland, three runways and some buildings are still in use -- but th 466th Bomb Group. Group. Three little girls hold up a balloon celebrating the 100th mission of the 466th Bomb Group in front of a B-24 Liberator (serial number 42-95592) nicknamed Black Cat. Handwritten caption on reverse: 'On our 100 Mission party Day - 18 Aug 1944, Attlebridge, 466th'. The three girls are from the nearby village of Hockering
Attlebridge (Station 120) County: Norfolk Lat/Long: N5241.30 E0106.45 Authority was given in on 3 July 1940 for land to be requisitioned at Attlebridge for development as a satellite airfield for Horsham St Faith (SOM 609/40). Attlebridge was originally constructed as a satellite for Swanton Morley within the light bomber-equipped No.2 Group History. Attlebridge airfield had runways of 1,220, 1,120 and 1,080 yards length but, when the base was earmarked for USAAF use, these were extended and the airfield was enlarged to meet heavy bomber requirements. The main E-W runway was increased to 2,000 yards and the others to 1,400 yards each A small museum dedicated to the former airfield has been created nearby. This museum is a commemoration of the contribution made by the 389th Heavy Bombardment Group and is housed in the original Chapel/Gymnasium building; the only major building from the camp area of Hethel to remain Attlebridge Airfield, UK: 22 March 1944 - 8 April 194: Prisoner of War (POW) Gneixendorf, Austria: 8 April 1944 - 4 March 1947: Stalag 17b. Shot Down/Captured: near Brunswick, Germany: 8 April 1944: Attacked by German fighters, knocking out #2 engine and starting a large fire in the bomb bay
Tangmere Military Aviation Museum is located in a corner of the old Tangmere airfield, famed as an RAF fighter station from 1918 until Fighter Command left in 1958. It was opened by a group of aviation enthusiasts in 1982 to promote public awareness of the United Kingdom's military aviation heritage, to educate present and future generations. Dec 8, 2015 - By the little village of Weston Longville, ten miles out of Norwich, are the remains of Attlebridge Airfield. Between March 1944 and July 1945 it was home to the USAAF 466th Bombardment Group. Today, amid green and golden fields and small areas of woodland, three runways and some buildings are still in use -- but th See more of Attlebridge Airfield Visitor's Centre Project - 466th BG on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? or. Create New Account. Not Now. Organization. 453rd Bomb Group Heritage Museum. History Museum. 385th Bomb Group Memorial Museum Perlé. History Museum. The Friendly Invasion. Local & Travel Website. Crash of B-24J Liberator #42-50564. Attlebridge Airfield Visitor's Centre Project - 466th BG July 12 at 3:07 PM Luckily we have just found another Tortoise Stove and it will be f itted in the end display room, after it is cleaned and painted, these stoves were the only form of heating in the barrack huts and other buildings, the guys would huddle round on cold winter nights.
Attlebridge Airfield Visitor's Centre Project - 466th BG. 1,448 likes · 7 talking about this. This page is the official page for the Attlebridge Airfield Visitors Centr There is a memorial museum dedicated to the 389th BG at Potash Farm, Potash Lane, Hethel, NR14 8EY. It opens on the second Sunday of each month during April to October (10am-4pm). Adjacent to the former airfield is Ketteringham Hall, now private property, which was the 2nd Air Division Headquarters, from December 1943 to June 1945. Horsham St.
The USAAF WWII 93rd Bomb Group Museum has been established in some of the remaining Nissen huts at Airfield Farm, open on the 3rd Sunday of each month 10am - 5pm (May to October). The museum is dedicated to the memory of those who served in the 93rd Bombardment Group (H) of the USAAF, known as The Travelling Circus, or Ted's Travelling Circus Attlebridge is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk. It is situated about 8 miles north-west of Norwich, where the A1067 crosses the River Wensum. In the parish has an area of 5.27 square kilometers, according to the 2001 census had a population of 122 in 50 households is increasing, and a population of 223 in 96 households at the 2011 census. For the purposes of local. Attlebridge is a village and civil parish in the English county of Norfolk.It is situated about 8 miles (13 km) north-west of Norwich, where the A1067 crosses the River Wensum.. The civil parish has an area of 5.27 square kilometres and in the 2001 census had a population of 122 in 50 households, increasing to a population of 223 in 96 households at the 2011 Census The first USAAF tenants at the airfield was the 319th Bombardment Group (Medium), arriving from RAF Shipdham on 4 October 1942. Flying the Martin B-26 Marauder medium bomber, the group stayed until 11 November when the group reassigned to Twelfth Air Force as part of the North African Campaign at Saint-Leu Airfield, Algeria Also note that every airfield in the UK had a station number - these are given and will be a useful check to ensure that we are going to visit the right place. Alconbury - Station 102 Andrews Field (Great Saling) - Station 485 Atcham - Station 342 Attlebridge - Station 120 Bassingbourn - Station 121 Bodney - Station 141 Bottisham - Station 37
Attlebridge had closed as an airfield in 1950, and the land was sold in parcels. The aircraft hangars are gone, including one where the Glenn Miller Orchestra played for a party celebrating the. Mar 27, 2021 - As mans first powered flight only took place on December 17th 1903, by the Wright Brothers in North Carolina, airfields prior to WWI were few and fa The airfield is in active use, with new management as of November 2020. It is home to the British Aerobatic Academy and the Modern Air flying club. There is a grass runway 07/25, with PPR (Prior Permission Required) necessary to land. Fowlmere Airfield Museum is on-site, open one Sunday per month. See als Attlebridge Airfield Visitor's Centre Project - 466th BG. 1 450 J'aime · 86 en parlent. This page is the official page for the Attlebridge Airfield Visitors Centr 466 th BG Attlebridge: Contact: Paul Hindle Visitor Center at Airfield. Call 859-314-1936 - Chris Brassfield. m.me/466historian 489th BG Halesworth Airfield Museum: Website.
Both Attlebridge and nearby-by Horsham St. Faith received the new crews. A period of training was undertaken that consisted of low-level flights across the English countryside, but Attlebridge remained a back-seat airfield, acting as a staging post before the Marauders along with the Twelfth Air Force, moved on to the Mediterranean Theatre WW2 Airfield: The Full Story The Rotary Club of Cambridge has a longstanding relationship with Imperial Warm Museum (IWM) Duxford and the American Air Force Museum (AAM) building in particular. The Director at the time of the construction of the AAM building was a member of Cambridge Rotary Club as was another member who was involved in its.
Landed away at Attlebridge due to low fuel. SORTIE REPORT ⇗ 42‑37781 ⇗ Wilson, William Monroe ⇗ Completed Mission: SORTIE REPORT ⇗ 42‑37801 ⇗ Martin, Rudolph Alfred ⇗ Completed Mission: SORTIE REPORT ⇗ 42‑37816 ⇗ Poole, George Irvin ⇗ Flying Spare, Completed Missio Total American Air Force losses worldwide during World War II: 27,694 aircraft, including 8,314 heavy bombers, 1,623 medium and light bombers, and 8,481 fighters as destroyed in combat. This table of aircraft destroyed during training of aircrews is a real eye opener. 12,731 B-17s were built - 50 are left in the world and 12 are still airworthy The Whitwell & Reepham Station, Whitwell Road, Norfolk, East Anglia, NR10 4GA. View on map. 3.6 Miles from your current location. Norfolk's youngest heritage railway site. Re-opened in 2009 after 50 years of closure, The Midland and Great Northern station is being restored to its former glory. Steam Engine running every first Sunday of the.
ATTLEBRIDGE: If you drive approximately 8 miles north-west of Norwich, you'll find Attlebridge, which was an early wartime station established for the use of the No. 2 Group RAF light bombers. Completed in August 1942 the airfield was first used by No. 88 Squadron RAF from August 1941 to September 1942, flying Bristol Blenheim IVs and Douglas. Agricultural land. Airfield Museum www.halesworthairfieldmuseum.org.uk. Memorials on site to 489BG, 56FG and 5ERS. 29. Hardwick, Norfolk F3 8AF - 93BG, 310BG. 3 miles south of Hempnall, 12 miles south of Norwich. rdNOW: Agricultural land. 93 Bomb Group Museum www.93rd-bg-museum.org.uk Stone memoria
Attlebridge. This village is situated 8 miles north west of Norwich where the A1067 crosses the River Wensum. It covers an area of 5.27 square kilometres and in 2001 had a population of 122. Attlebridge airfield was home to the 466th Bomb Group from March 1944 - July 1945, but all sites are now private property Due to technical difficulties in reproducing maps on a small scale there may be errors in placement of some airfield icons. In reality some airfields were as close as 1 mile apart which would have resulted in icons overlapping. In order to display an uncluttered map they have been positioned as closely as possible to their correct positions The Mustang was designed originally to be used with the Allison V-1710 engine - making it a very good aircraft. When the B & C models were made of the P-51, they added a Rolls Royce Merlin engine and this completely transformed its performance at high altitude (15,000+ feet) which meant it matched or even bettered that of the Luftwaffe's fighter jets
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