RAF Chailey

RAF Chailey was a Royal Air Force station close to the village of Chailey near Burgess Hill in East Sussex during the Second World War. It was an example of an Advanced Landing Ground (ALG), a type of simple, temporary airfield designed to support the invasion of continental Europe. ==History== The airfield was on the site of Bower Farm, and was s...
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