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18 Mar
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Bomber County

Lincolnshire is well known as 'Bomber County' because of it's importance in World War II.  The flat landscape lent itself well to the siting of numerous airfields, and is home to the world famous Red Arrows and the Dambusters.

A visit to Lincolnshire is the perfect way to experience aviation history with fascinating heritage sites, museums, and centres to explore.

Known as Bomber County during World War II due to the squadrons based in the county, Lincolnshire is still today at the centre of aviation, being home to several RAF bases, the International Bomber Command Centre and the famous RAF Red Arrows.


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