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Old 15th April 2019, 15:20
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airfield lighting UK- 1944

Anybody any idea what the lighting policy was for NE Scotland airfields in November 1944.

if a bomber was on a training mission and had to divert, would the airfield be already lit? or would lighting be put on based on a radio call with a correct codeword?
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