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In 1944 the Thunderbolts were replaced by P-51 Mustangs.
The Americans also laid a metal runway using Universal Pierced Steel Planking or PSP.
Other squadrons were added to the wing to form the controversial 'Big Wing' which was pioneered by Bader.
At the end of 1940, Duxford saw the arrival of the Air Fighting Development Unit which was to evaluate new aircraft and tactical developments.
Hurricanes also arrived at Duxford during 1940 under the command of Douglas Bader.
Later 2 Flying Training School moved to Leicestershire and RAF Duxford became a fighter aircraft station operating the Sopwith Snipe.
During the Battle of Britain, Duxford saw a lot of activity even though it was some way to the north of the main scene of action.
Its aircraft were frequently scrambled against the Luftwaffe.
Torbay Airshow Duxford History A military air station was constructed at Duxford during the First World War as a result of the expansion of the Royal Flying Corps and the need to train more airmen. Following this, squadrons of the newly formed Royal Air Force, used Duxford as a home base.
After the First World War, it served as a base for flight research.