Celebrating 100 Years of the RAF

Published on
April 1, 2018

Synopsis:

A man looks for the site of RAF Charterhall in the Scottish Borders, the scene of so many death during WW2.

Written by
Mark Nicol

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Celebrating 100 Years of the RAF

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1st April 2018 celebrates the 100 year of the Royal Air Force.
We take a look at some of the Airfields that were present in the Scottish Borders and the gruesome stories behind them!

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