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RAF Odiham
Location
Address: RAF Odiham,

Odiham,

Hook,

Hampshire,

RG29 1QT

Information
Aircraft: Chinook

Lynx

Vigilant

Squadrons: 7 Squadron

18 Squadron

27 Squadron

No. 657 AAC Squadron

No. 618 VGS

(1827 Squadron ATC)

Commanding Officer: Group Captain R Maddison OBE ADC MA RAF
Website: www.raf.mod.uk/rafodiham/
1827 Squadron included as resident squadron as they are based on station

RAF Odiham[]

Station Information:[]

RAF Odiham is a Royal Air Force station in Hampshire, England. It is the home of the Chinook, the RAF's heavy lift helicopter used for cargo, transport and medical response. RAF Odiham has also become the base of operations for the Army Air Corps Lynx unit, No. 657 Squadron, part of the Special Forces Support Group. The current station commander of RAF Odiham is Group Captain Richard Maddison.

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Links with the ATC:[]

RAF Odiham is the parent unit for Hampshire and IOW wing. It has started as of 2014 to give Wing Musters to the whole of the South-West Region with Hants & IOWs in 2014 and Devon and Sommerset's in 2015.

1827 (Odiham) Squadron is also part of the station and they often helps out at high profile events within the station.

RAF Odiham is also a annual summer camp for the ATC, based out of tents on the sports pitches next to the Airfield.

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