Welcome to RAF Waddington

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RAF Waddington Crest Station Commander

Station Commander:
Group Captain A Marshall OBE ADC MA RAF


Foreword by the Station Commander

Welcome to Royal Air Force Waddington, home to RAF Air Command surveillance and reconnaissance assets.

Our station has a distinguished history, of which we are justly proud. Almost continuously active since first opening as a Royal Flying Corps training base in 1916, we have since become one of the RAF's busiest operational airfields and, today, our squadrons and personnel are involved in supporting operations all around the world.

The Station's motto 'For Faith and Freedom' is as appropriate for today's tasks as it was during the Second World War when the station was part of Bomber Command, and serves as a constant reminder of our on-going contribution to Defence.

We enjoy excellent relationships with the local community contributing to the economy as well as humanitarian and charitable causes. The City of Lincoln honoured the station with the Freedom of the City on 25 April 1959.

The station has a long and bright future in front of it as a key component of an agile and adaptable Royal Air Force.

RAF Waddington Runway Refurbishment

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Latest News

New Exhibit Opened at RAF Waddington Heritage Centre

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27 April 2016

Group Captain Al Marshall officially opened a new exhibit at the Station Heritage Centre recently.......

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ANZAC Day

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25 April 2016

ANZAC Day is recognised as an occasion of national commemoration with ceremonies held at war memorials all around Australia and New Zealand.

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