Many great pictures have been donated for use on the site of various periods of the history of the base. My many thanks to Joe Anyzeski, Larry Beard, Bob Kaznica, Alan Bovingdon Cox, Bob Brown, Dean Allen Covey, Jean and Ken Fostekew, Mike Hall, Carl Mack and Matt Sanders.
Please keep sending me your pictures for display.
A C-46 lands with aviation engineering personnel in 1951. By Bob Brown
Main Gate in 1968. Thanks to Joe Anyzeski
View from Main St looking at main gate in 1968. By Joe Anyzeski
A great picture of the Wing HQ in 1968. Thanks to Joe Anyzeski.
Looking south from control tower area in 1968. Joe Anyzeski.
Looking west along Runway 29 in 1968. Thanks to Joe Anyzeski.
A Piper Cherokee was seen on base in 1968. Joe Anyzeski.
One of the gates at Burys Bank Road in 1968
Thanks to Joe Anyzeski.
Greenham's runway was sometimes used for racing cars.
Seen in Summer 1968. Thanks to Dean Allen Covey.
Base bank (left door) and Post Office (right) in 1970. Thanks to Larry Beard.
Barracks area in summer 1970 looking very smart. By Larry Beard.
A great picture of the runway in 1970. By Larry Beard.
Crookham Court in 2002; this was a school for dependants in the SAC
era until 1957 when it moved on base near the main gate.
Runway crossing point near tower in 1994 after base closed.
Thanks to Matt Sanders (pictured).
Base Theater in 1994. Thanks to Matt Sanders here.
Inside the base theater in 1994. By Matt Sanders.
Base Theater from outside in 1994. By Matt Sanders
The edge of the Special Weapons Area in 1980 before the GAMA was built.
The tower dates from SAC weapons use from 1954-1964.
Thanks to Bob Kaznica.
A US Army Cobra on an exercise visit from
West Germany in 1980. Thanks to Bob Kaznica.
The RAF Red Arrows with Gnats put on their 1,000th display at IAT 1977.
Thanks to Mike Hall.
A hangar being reclad in 1987. By Carl Mack
Base TACAN radar tower in 1987. By Carl Mack
SAC era base HQ on left in 1987.
Now sadly demolished. By Carl Mack.
The Newbury ManFlier in Hangar 301 in 1979 or 1980. This was a special man powered glider built at Greenham by Rear Admiral Nick Goodhart and Simon Grant. It flew just once
and now rests at the Woughton site of the Science Museum near Swindon.
Thanks to Jean Fostekew of the Berkshire Museum of Aviation.
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