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  1. St Clement Danes is an Anglican church in the City of Westminster, London.It is situated outside the Royal Courts of Justice on the Strand.Although the first church on the site was reputedly founded in the 9th century by the Danes, the current building was completed in 1682 by Sir Christopher Wren.

  2. Military band instruments such as fife, drum, and bugle were historically used to communicate orders to soldiers in battle. 11th century book Diwan Lughat al-Turk mentions a prototype of the Mehtaran, as a "nevbet", Turkish military band tradition.

  3. His time also included being MilCAM for the Typhoon Force and the privilege of being the Chief Air Engineer and MilCAM for the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight – a dream job for any engineer. Following an Op SHADER tour and a deployment on Op RESCRIPT, he promoted to Group Captain and became Atlas CMk1 Head of Operations in Aug 2021.

  4. › wiki › RAF_HaltonRAF Halton - Wikipedia

    Royal Air Force Halton, or more simply RAF Halton, is one of the largest Royal Air Force stations in the United Kingdom. It is located near the village of Halton near Wendover, Buckinghamshire. The site has been in use since the First World War but is due to close by December 2027. Camilla, the Queen Consort is the Honorary Air Commodore of RAF ...

  5. In 1928, Bader joined the RAF as an officer cadet at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell in rural Lincolnshire. He continued to excel at sports, and added hockey and boxing to his repertoire. Motorcycling was tolerated at Cranwell, though cadets usually took part in banned activities such as speeding, pillion racing and buying and racing ...

  6. One of the main buildings at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell is called Whittle Hall. It houses the Officer & Aircrew Cadet Training Unit and the Air Power Studies Division of King's College London. A road in Cranford, on the site of the former Heston Aerodrome, is named Whittle Road. A road in Shaw, Oldham, is named Whittle Drive.

  7. History Royal Air Force. Construction of RAF Brize Norton began in 1935 with the official opening taking place on 13 August 1937. The station was originally to be named RAF Carterton, given its proximity and relationship with the town of the same name, but was instead named RAF Brize Norton to avoid possible confusion with RAF Cardington in Bedfordshire.