USAAF Langford Lodge - Base Air Depot 3   1942 - 1945

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LINKS

Andy's Immaculate website dedicated to the Second World War in Northern Ireland is a must for any World War II enthusiast. He has painstakingly documented in photographs and interesting captions, the remnants of the Second World War in Northern Ireland. I have to confess I have spent many hours reading and looking over the information provided within, a must for any history buff.
Nick Wotherspoon's excellent website is a treasure trove of information for anyone wanting to get into wartime research. Nick with his team of dedicated archaeologists, investigate and recover the remains of crashed aircraft in the County of Lancashire, England. Running for many years, LAIT have done many detailed recoveries on crashed wartime aircraft. In 2005 the team took part in a joint excavation with Channel 4's Time Team, to recover the remains of two American A-26 Invaders, close to Warton Airdrome, the former Base Air Depot 2.

Tommy and Flash's Aircraft Crash Sites of Scotland is an excellent website, one of the first I came across when I started out in this research game back in 2001. Documenting crash sites in Scotland, Tommy and Flash have documented each site they have visited with photographs only, leaving the sites as they where, in respect to the aircrew that persished. A must see site and one that has me returning time and time again over the years, keep up the great work guys.

The Manx Aviation Preservation Society (MAPS) runs the Manx Aviation and Military Museum situated at Ronaldsway Airport, Isle of Man. A major part of the museum is the Museum of the Manx Regiment which is probably the most comprehensive museum of a British Army Light Anti-Aircraft unit.
The aim of this website is to perpetuate the memory of airmen from all nations, those who fought, those who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the 1939 – 45 air war over the United Kingdom and Europe.

The aircrew remembrance website archives photographs, along with personal accounts from those who survived together with official documentation relating to those who tragically lost their lives, thus preserving their fading memories in a positive, dignified way.

TIGHAR (pronounced “tiger”) is the acronym for The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery, a non-profit foundation dedicated to promoting responsible aviation archaeology and historic preservation.
The Ulster Aviation Society is a group of aviation enthusiasts that cover many aspects of aviation related activities in Northern Ireland. Formerly based at Langford Lodge airfield, the society now resides at the former Long Kesh airfield close to Lisburn. The society has a must see collection, of aircraft and memorabilia, run by a dedicated band of volunteers that will interest enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike.
Roger Day's fine website has been running for many years now, detailing aircraft accidents close to the village of Ramsbury in England. Detailing many crash sites, Roger has also included information about the American Airborne divisions that were located in the area during the war, an interesting site that has had me back visiting, time and time again.
Another interesting website dealing with Military Air Losses in and around the Isle of Wight.

Formed in 2001, ACIA is an amateur research group comprising several members who devote their spare time solving long forgotten mysteries of aviation. Recent licenced excavations have shed new light on the true cause accidents for which no reason was established by the investigating teams of the time.

Brian's excellent website is dedicated to restoring WWII Jeeps.