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Unit History: RAF Mona

RAF Mona
RAF Mona (ICAO: EGOQ) is a Royal Air Force station on the island of Anglesey, Wales. It is primarily used as a relief landing ground for RAF Valley.
Mona was opened as a Royal Naval Air Service airship base in 1915. During World War II it was used as an air gunnery school, flying Avro Ansons.
Today Mona is used for circuit practice by BAE Hawks from RAF Valley. Both a civilian flying club and 2474 (Cefni) Air Training Corps operate from the airfield.

Active From: 1915 - Present

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