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In-transit Parking Area

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The "In-transit" Parking Area was located immediately south of the main Control Tower. Large in-transit aircraft, such as B-52 Bombers and others, would usually park on the "SAC Ramp".

The 1950's
Submitted by Leo Barish, PFC, Army; serving in two chemical companies (smoke), the 83rd and the 98th. 1955 - 1956. Submitted by Leo Barish, PFC, Army; serving in two chemical companies (smoke), the 83rd and the 98th. 1955 - 1956. Submitted by Leo Barish, PFC, Army; serving in two chemical companies (smoke), the 83rd and the 98th. 1955 - 1956. Submitted by Leo Barish, PFC, Army; serving in two chemical companies (smoke), the 83rd and the 98th. 1955 - 1956

The 1960's

The 1970's
Submitted by Jeff Turkel, 20th CES Fire Department Firefighter. Also worked at the Croughton FD, Dec 1978 - Dec 1981. Submitted by Jeff Turkel, 20th CES Fire Department Firefighter. Also worked at the Croughton FD, Dec 1978 - Dec 1981. Submitted by Jeff Turkel, 20th CES Fire Department Firefighter. Also worked at the Croughton FD, Dec 1978 - Dec 1981. Submitted by Jeff Turkel, 20th CES Fire Department Firefighter. Also worked at the Croughton FD, Dec 1978 - Dec 1981.

Submitted by Jeff Turkel, 20th CES Fire Department Firefighter. Also worked at the Croughton FD, Dec 1978 - Dec 1981.

Submitted by Don King, 20th MMS, 1978 - 1980. "B-52's at Heyford, 1979"

Submitted by Don King, 20th MMS, 1978 - 1980.

Submitted by Don King, 20th MMS, 1978 - 1980. "B-52's at Heyford, 1979"

Submitted by Don King, 20th MMS, 1978 - 1980.

The 1980's

The 1990's
Submitted by Bruce Matzen, 20 CES, 1989 - 1992, Fire Protection Specialist.

'Heyford Flightline'
"This is a view of the ramp in front of the fire station on the flightline (east side of flightline fire station)"
Submitted by Bruce Matzen, 20 CES, 1989 - 1992, Fire Protection Specialist.

In the first 6 months of 1991, transient alert personnel, in support of Desert Storm, serviced and launched the largest number of transient aircraft in the history of RAF Upper Heyford - 1,408 aircraft.

 

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