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20th Tactical Fighter Wing
US Air Force
WETHERSFIELD, ESSEX, ENGLAND
#1hit in UK 1962
20th TFW History
Finchingfield- Cliff Lawson
Finchingfield- Roger Beckwith
Jim Tansey's RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge site
Linn Barringer's Bentwaters/Woodbridge site
20th Fighter Wing Association site
RAFW C47 Crash
Kirk Dyken's 20th TFW "High Garrett" 2163rd Air Force Comm Sq.
(NEW) Satellite view of RAF Wethersfield today!!
1963 F 100 CRASH - Deputy Wing Commander COL. WENDELL J. KELLY killed
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20th Field Maint Sqdn Reunion photos
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We need any and all suggestions for this bodacious Web site. Please contact us anytime. Please click on "VIEW GUESTBOOK" and sign in. If you've been stationed at RAF Wethersfield, or were a civilian employee, dependant, or otherwise, please let us know!!!We are always looking for more photos, items or articles that might be of interest to the viewers of this site. If you have any that you think would make a good addition, email them to me, but be sure and put "RAFW" in the subject line so it won't possibly get spam deleted. Bob Barrettę 1997 firstname.lastname@example.org Looking northeast, in the photo below, starting with the Barbarshop with the Beauty Shop on the back end of it, then the Base Library to left, and then beyond it the NCO Club and the famous " Airmans Club" annex attached to the right side of it, and "Salute Alley" as the adjoining walkway was known by the officers who happened to take that path. The Airmans Club Annex was responsible for many romances, hangovers, nickel nights, $5 chitbooks, empty wallets, live rock bands, bus loads of pretty English girls, casino nights, the center of social life for many a Airman (and some NCOs and Officers, disguised as enlisted men who wanted to sneak in and join the fun) and not all necessarily in that order. Farther to left is the new Barracks, to the right is Base housing, with the flight line in the distance. I believe the Base Exchange is at the lower right. The Photos down below are miniturized to reduce load time.
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