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Little Staughton II (Staughton Moor)

Major
Also known as: RAF Little Staughton / USAAF Station 127
County: Cambridgeshire
Current Status: Aviation / Farmland / Industry
Date: December 1942 (Care & Maintenance) - 1947 (last known date (Care & Maintenance))
Current Use: Limited flying
Used By: RAF / Civil / USAAF
Landing Surface Types: Paved
Prominent People: Robert Palmer VC

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/09/2011):

  • Bedfordshire Bathroom Distributors Ltd
  • Blunham Dairy
  • Brown & Cayton Coachworks Ltd.
  • Clements Engineering St Neots Ltd
  • Colmworth & Neighbours History Society
  • Colton Aviation Ltd
  • Demon Body Styling
  • Freelance Fork Lift Co
  • Great Staughton Parish Council
  • Leelac Saab Specialists
  • M L Autoservices
  • Marine Dynamics Ltd
  • Mike Treutlein
  • P. & L. Tapes Ltd 
  • Premier Motorsport Developments
  • Sealplas Rubber Company
  • Site Welfare Co Ltd
  • SPG Ltd 
  • Techprint Services Ltd
  • Tectrailers Ltd

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 47 Gp Comms Flight
  • No 48 Gp Comms Flight
  • No 109 Sqn
  • No 582 Sqn
  • No 2731 Sqn RAF Regiment
  • No 2746 Sqn RAF Regiment
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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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Photograph from Little Staughton, 1945. Courtesy of New Zealand Bomber Command Association/Roseman

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The control tower at Little Staughton, late 1980s. Photograph copyright © 2016 Nick Challoner, all rights reserved, www.challoner.com

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Armoury Maintenance Unit building at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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Salvage Stores (Robins Hangar) at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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Control tower at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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T2 Aircraft Shed at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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Floodlight Tractor and Trailer Shed at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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Robins hangar at Little Staughton II, 25 August 2008. © Richard Flagg

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Aerial view of Little Staughton II, 14 March 2009. © Richard Flagg

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Aerial view of Little Staughton II, 14 March 2009. © Richard Flagg

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