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Unit History: RAF Swanton Morley

RAF Swanton Morley
The former Royal Air Force Station Swanton Morley, more commonly known as RAF Swanton Morley, was a Royal Air Force Station in Norfolk, England, located near to the village of Swanton Morley. The site is now occupied by the British Army, and is now known as the Robertson Barracks.During World War II the station was home to the Bomber Support Development Unit (BSDU) of No. 100 Group RAF. After World War II the station was home to the Central Servicing Development Establishment (CSDE) and laterly the Maintenance Analysis and Computing Establishment (MACE).
 

Memories of RAF Swanton Morley

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

RAF Swanton Morley in 1958

Written by Keith Watson

My first posting from basic training in the RAF Police,1958. Met and trembled in the presence of my new boss, Sgt "Spike" Window. Felt even worse when the boys told me all about him when I got settled in to my bedspace.Turned out he was a hard boss, but if you tried your best and got things done he was a gent.
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