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Koan (program)
Koan is a generative music engine that was created by a company called SSEYO, a company founded by Pete Cole and Tim Cole. It was founded specifically to create and market Koan. The technology is now owned by a company called , which was co-founded by the Cole brothers in 2007.Koan was actually an architecture named the SSEYO Koan Interactive Audio Platform

Kobar is a Palestinian village in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate in the northern West Bank, located northwest of Ramallah. The village is situated on a hill at an altitude of 640 meters above sea level and is along Highway 37. Its built-up area consists of about 1,300 dunams and a total area of approximately 9,700 dunams

, pronounced , is the fifth-largest city in Japan and is the capital city of Hyōgo Prefecture on the southern side of the main island of Honshū, approximately west of Osaka

Kobe (disambiguation)
Kobe may refer to:* Kobe, Japanese city** Kobe beef, traditionally raised beef from the prefecture surrounding Kobe* Kobe, a Canadian hip hop artist* Kobe Bryant Kobe may refer to:* Kobe, Japanese city** Kobe beef, traditionally raised beef from the prefecture surrounding Kobe* Kobe, a Canadian hip hop artist* Kobe Bryant Kobe may refer to:* Kobe, Japanese city** Kobe beef, traditionally raised beef from the prefecture surrounding Kobe* Kobe, a Canadian hip hop artist* Kobe Bryant (b

KOBO is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Variety format. Licensed to Yuba City, California, USA, it is owned by Huth Broadcasting of Marysville, California, which also owns KBLF in Red Bluff and KMYC in Marysville.-Local sports:

Kobra (comic book)
Kobra was a Serbian comic book series from 1979, about a young stunt man who possessed extraordinary martial arts abilities, and his adventures around the world. The comic was created by Branislav Kerac.

Koch may refer to:* Koch , a type of Arctic boat* Koch people , an ethnic group originally from the ancient Koch kingdom in north east India* Koch , people with this surname* Koch, Łódź Voivodeship, a village in central Poland

Koch (surname)
Koch is a German surname meaning cook and may refer to:* Bill Koch , William I. "Bill" Koch, America's Cup yachtsman, businessman, and son of Fred C

Koda may refer to:*Ehretia acuminata , a tree from China, Japan, New Guinea and Australia*KODA, callsign of a Houston FM radio station*KODA , the collecting society for songwriters, composers and music publishers of Denmark

Koei (era)
was a Japanese era name of the Northern Court during the Era of Northern and Southern Courts after Ryakuō and before Jōwa. This period spanned the years from April 1342 to October 1345. The emperor in Kyoto was

KOEL is US a radio station serving Waterloo, Cedar Falls and surrounding cities with a news/talk format. The station broadcasts on AM frequency 950 kHz and is under the ownership of Cumulus Media

Koen may refer to:People with the given name Koen:* Koen Andries , Belgian scientist* Koen Barbé , Belgian professional road bicycle racer* Koen Beeckman , road bicycle racer

Kofi is a Twi and Akan day name and a given name for a boy born on a Friday, originating in Ghana. It may refer to:* Kofi , British lovers rock singer, born Carol Simms* John Kofi Agyekum Kufuor, Former President of ghana

KOGA may refer to:* KOGA , a radio station licensed to Ogallala, Nebraska, United States* KOGA-FM, a radio station licensed to Ogallala, Nebraska, United States

KOGA is a radio station broadcasting a Adult Standards/MOR format. Licensed to Ogallala, Nebraska, USA. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Communications and features programing from ABC Radio and Westwood One.-Awards:

Koga (crater)
Koga is a Martian impact crater, approximately 19 kilometers in diameter. It is located at 29.3°S, 103.8°W, north of the crater Virrat and northeast of the crater Dinorwic. To the north is the crater Nhill. It is named after a town in Tanzania, and its name was approved by the International Astronomical Union in 1991

Kogel is a municipality in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

Kohl is a German word meaning cabbage.Kohl may stand for*Kohl , a traditional Middle Eastern cosmetic*Kohl's, a company that operates department stores located in the United States*KOHL, a radio station in Fremont, California

KOHL is a radio station broadcasting a Contemporary Hit Radio format.Licensed to Fremont, California, USA. The station is currently owned by the Ohlone Community College District and is the primary instructional facility for the Ohlone College Radio Broadcast program.-1972 to 1984:89.3 KOHL signed on in 1972 as a 10 watt FM station

Koji (Heian period)
was a after Eiji and before Ten'yō. This period spanned the year from April 1142 through February 1144. The reigning emperor was .-Change of Era:* January 29, 1142 : The new era name was created to mark an event or series of events

Koka (disambiguation)
Koka or Kōka may refer to:* Kōka, a Japanese era name* Kōka, Shiga, Japan, a city created in 2004** Kōka, Shiga , Japan ** Kōka District, Shiga, Japan

, alternatively known as Kuni tsu Fumi and literally meaning "National Record", is a historical text purported to have been written in 620 by Shōtoku Taishi and Soga no Umako. It is recorded in the Nihon Shoki, but there are no known extant copies

Kokki (film)
Kokki is a Tamil language film released in 2006. It starred Karan, Pooja Gandhi and Kota Srinivasa Rao in the lead roles. The film earned moderate reviews and had an average run at the box office. The film helped Karan's status as a solo hero.-Cast:

Koko (Parker)
"Ko-Ko" is a 1945 bebop recording featuring Charlie Parker on alto saxophone, with trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.-Overview:The recording ban, imposed by the American Federation of Musicians from 1942-1944, prevented musicians in the nascent Bebop movement from recording new works during the crucial formative period of this emerging genre

Kokoro (video game)
is an adult bishōjo game released on December 4, 1998 in Japan by Aaru. The title is exactly pronounced Ko Ko Ro. Kokoro means "heart" in Japanese, and the title represents the word "heart" being broken

Kokot may refer to:* Kokot, Poland, a village in Gmina Kije, Pińczów County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, Poland* Kokot , formerly a castle in present-day Slovakia* Kokot , a defunct Croatian magazine

Kokot (Poland)
Kokot is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Kije, within Pińczów County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, in south-central Poland. It lies approximately west of Kije, north of Pińczów, and south of the regional capital Kielce.-References:

KOL may refer to:*Kingdom of Loathing, a browser-based multiplayer online role-playing game*Knight Online, a multiplayer online role-playing game*Kings of Leon*Knights of Labor*Key opinion leader, a person performing opinion leadership

Kola can refer to:*Kola nut, a genus of about 125 species of trees**Inca Kola, a cola soft drink made in Peru**Kola Real, a Peruvian soft drink**Kola Inglesa , a Peruvian soft drink

KOLA is a commercial classic hits music radio station in San Bernardino, California, broadcasting to the Riverside-San Bernardino, California, area on 99.9 FM.-External links:*****KOLA was founded by Fred Cote, first owner and general manager.

Kola (song)
"Kola" is a song by the Finnish rock band The Rasmus, originally released on the band's second album Playboys on 29 August 1997.The song was released as a promotional single in 1997 by the record label Warner Music Finland

Kolana is a genus of butterfly in the family Lycaenidae.

Kolano may refer to the following villages:* Kolano, Lublin Voivodeship * Kolano, Pomeranian Voivodeship See also: Kolano-Kolonia

Kolar (Lok Sabha constituency)
Kolar Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 28 Lok Sabha constituencies in Karnataka state in southern India. This constituency is reserved for the Scheduled Castes.-Assembly segments:

Kolata is the traditional folk dance of the state of Karnataka, located in Southern India on the western coast. Unlike its North Indian counterpart Dandiya Ras, it comes in two forms. First, it is performed with coloured sticks and usually involves both men and women dancing together. Second, very rigorous play of sticks only by men dancing to folk songs

Kolea can refer to:*Kolea, Algeria.*The Hawaiian name for a bird, the Pacific Golden Plover.*The Hawaiian species of the plant genus Myrsine .

Kollaboration (album)
Kollaboration is the eight release of German musical project Feindflug, released in 2004.The album is a remix/mix collaboration between Killing Ophelia, Ivy Cyclone, Jesus and the Gurus, I.P.X., DavaNtage, Polarlicht 4.1, Tactical Sekt and Feindflug

Kollaboration (talent show)
Kollaboration is an annual talent show created by a small group of professional young Asian American and Asian Canadian volunteers.-History:

KOLM is a Sports radio formatted radio station in Rochester, Minnesota, and is owned by Cumulus Media. KOLM derives a portion of its programming from ESPN Radio.-Schedule:Mon-Fri*12:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. ESPN Sports Center

Kolo may refer to:Places*Kolo, Central African Republic*Kolo, Togo*Koło, town in central Poland*Koło, Łódź Voivodeship, village in central Poland*Koło, Lublin Voivodeship, village in eastern Poland

Kolo (Van Gogh)
Kolo is the seventh studio album by Serbian rock band Van Gogh, released in 2006. The album was recorded in Studio Sky and mastered in Sony Music Studios in New York City.

Kolos (name)
Kolos may refer to:*Kolos Ferenc Vaszary*Wlodzimierz Kolos, Polish quantum chemist

KOLU is a radio station broadcasting a Christian radio format.Licensed to Pasco, Washington, USA. The station is currently owned by Riverview Baptist Christian Schools.

Kom or KOM may refer to:*KOM , a type of text-based BBS system*FK Kom, a Montenegrin football club*Kom Monastery, Serbian Orthodox monastery in Montenegro*Kom Peak, a peak in the Balkan Mountains of Bulgaria

Koma or KOMA can refer to:* KOMA , an FM radio station licensed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States* KOKC , an AM radio station licensed to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States, formerly known as KOMA* KOMA , a 2009 Austrian movie

The name Komi may refer to:*Komi Republic, a republic in Russia**Komi peoples**Komi language, languages of the Komi peoples *Komi, a short name for komidashi, a rule used in the board game Go

Komi (restaurant)
Komi is a Washington, D.C., restaurant operated by Chef Johnny Monis. It is located at 1509 17th St. NW, near Dupont Circle, and serves Italian- and Greek-influenced dishes. In April 2007, Food & Wine magazine named Johnny Monis one of the F&W 2007 Best New Chefs .- External links :* * * *

Kommen is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bernkastel-Wittlich district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.- Location :

Kommunist was a Soviet newspaper. It was the official theoretical and political organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.-External links:*

Kommunist (Dagestani newspaper)
Kommunist, a Lezgin language newspaper in Dagestan ASSR, Soviet Union. It was published in Makhachkala 3 times a week. The newspaper had several different names. The newspaper was founded in 1928 with the name Tsiyn dunes . In February 1957 the name Kommunist was adopted. In 1973 it had a circulation of 20 000 copies.

Komo may refer to:*Komo or Kommos , an ancient seaport on this Grecian island*Komo Department, Gabon*Komo, Burma*Komo people, an ethnic group who live along the Sudanese-Ethiopian border*Komo language, the language of that people

Komodo (comics)
Komodo is the name of two fictional characters in the Marvel Comics Universe.-New Men:The first Komodo is one of the New Men, creatures evolved by the High Evolutionary from a lizard. He accompanied the Ani-Men on their clean-up mission at the Jackal's laboratory and fought the Scarlet Spider

Kompakt (computer software)
Kompakt is a discontinued cut-down version of Native Instruments' Kontakt software sampler.It features a large sample library containing samples of a range of acoustic and electronic instruments, and a number of performance controls

-Background:Collaborating since 1982, Leonard and Baker were originally signed to Mute Records in 1984 under the name I Start Counting and continued with releases under the moniker Fortran 5 until the release of Komputer’s debut album, The World of Tomorrow in .Simon Leonard and David Baker originally met at Middlesex University where they DJed together and, in 1982 began to

Kon (Inca mythology)
In Inca mythology Kon was the god of rain and wind that came from the south. He was a son of Inti and Mama Quilla .

Kon (India)
Kon is a census town in Thane district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.-Demographics: India census, Kon had a population of 15,167. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Kon has an average literacy rate of 76%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 70%. In Kon, 15% of the population is under 6 years of age.

KONA is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Kennewick-Richland-Pasco, Washington, USA, the station serves the Tri-Cities/Yakima area. The station is currently owned by CCR-Tri Cities IV, LLC and features programing from ABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks and Westwood One.

Koncovka is a Slovak duct-blown overtone fipple flute without finger holes, traditionally played by shepherds. The koncovka flute is played by closing and opening the bottom hole of the flute. By increasing the air speed, two different harmonic series of notes can be played with the end either open or closed

KONE , known as "Rock 101.1", is a classic rock formatted radio station serving the Lubbock, Texas, and South Plains Area.-History:This station used to have the callsign of KTEZ when it was an easy listening formatted station.-Programming:

Konec is a settlement at the foothills of the Gorjanci range in the municipality of Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southwest Slovenia statistical region.

Kong (band)
Kong is an Amsterdam-based band formed in 1988 by guitarist/synth programmer Dirk de Vries, guitarist Aldo Sprenger, bassist/synth programmer Mark Drillich, and drummer Rob Smits, whose daughter is one of the co-founders of the fashion label Cherry Red. The band's music can best be described as avant-garde containing elements of heavy metal, electronica, and industrial

Kong (dog toy)
Kong is popular line of dog toys and cat toys introduced in 1976. The classic Kong resembles a snowman-like structure of three balls pushed together. Kongs also come in several variations for dogs of different ages and sizes

Kong (Six Flags Discovery Kingdom)
Kong is a steel roller coaster located at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California.Kong is a standard Vekoma SLC. The ride originally operated as The Hangman at Opryland USA from 1995 to 1997 when it was dismantled and sold due to the closure of the park

KONI is a radio station licensed to serve Lanai City, Hawaii. The station is owned by Hochman Hawaii Publishing, Inc. It airs an Oldies music format.

Konin (era)
was a after Daidō and before Tenchō. This period spanned the years from September 810 through January 824. The reigning emperors were and .-Change of era:* February 9, 810 : The new era name was created to mark an event or series of events

Radiator (heating)
Radiators and convectors are heat exchangers designed to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another for the purpose of space heating. The heating radiator was invented by Franz San Galli, a Prussian-born Russian businessman living in St. Petersburg, between 1855–1857.- Radiation vs

Radical polymerization
Free radical polymerization is a method of polymerization by which a polymer forms by the successive addition of free radical building blocks. Free radicals can be formed via a number of different mechanisms usually involving separate initiator molecules

Radio is the transmission of signals through free space by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies below those of visible light. Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass through the air and the vacuum of space

Radio 702
Radio 702, currently known as Talk Radio 702, is a commercial FM radio station based in Johannesburg, South Africa, broadcasting on FM 92.7 and FM 106 to the greater Gauteng province. The station is also webcast via its website. It claims to be Johannesburg's number one news and talk station, offering news, sport, business and actuality programming and plenty of phone-in debates

Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
The Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service is a standby radio service provided for in Part 97.407 of the Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations governing amateur radio in the United States.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular
The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is an annual musical holiday stage show presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The show features over 140 performers, lavish sets and costumes and an original musical score. The 90 minute revue combines singing, dancing and humor with traditional scenes in spectacular stage settings

Radio City Music Hall
Radio City Music Hall is an entertainment venue located in New York City's Rockefeller Center. Its nickname is the Showplace of the Nation, and it was for a time the leading tourist destination in the city

Radio Disney
Radio Disney is a radio network based in Burbank, California and headquartered out of the Disney Channel headquarters on West Alameda Ave., from where it has been based since November 2008. Prior to that, the network was based in Dallas, Texas

Radio documentary
A radio documentary or feature is a purely acoustic performance devoted to covering a particular topic in some depth, usually with a mixture of commentary and sound pictures. It is broadcast on radio or published on audio media, such as tape or CD

Radio France
Radio France is a French public service radio broadcaster.-Mission:Radio France's two principal missions are:* To create and expand the programming on all of their stations; and

Radio galaxy
Radio galaxies and their relatives, radio-loud quasars and blazars, are types of active galaxy that are very luminous at radio wavelengths, with luminosities up to 1039 W between 10 MHz and 100 GHz. The radio emission is due to the synchrotron process

Radio in the United Kingdom
There are over 250 radio stations in the United Kingdom. For a more comprehensive list see List of radio stations in the United Kingdom.-BBC Radio:The most prominent stations are the national networks operated by the BBC.

Radio Netherlands
Radio Netherlands Worldwide is a public radio and television network based in Hilversum, producing and transmitting programmes for international audiences outside the Netherlands

Radio Philippines Network
Radio Philippines Network, Inc. is a broadcast television network in the Philippines co-owned by the Government Communications Group, Solar Entertainment Corporation, Far East Managers and Investors Inc., and private sectors. This station studios are located at Broadcast City, Old Balara, Capitol Hills, Diliman, Quezon City, with transmitters at Panay Avenue, Quezon City

Radio repeater
A radio repeater is a combination of a radio receiver and a radio transmitter that receives a weak or low-level signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power, so that the signal can cover longer distances without degradation. This article refers to professional, commercial, and government radio systems

Radio Televisyen Malaysia
The Department of Broadcasting, Malaysia, DBA Radio Televisyen Malaysia , is a Malaysian state-owned public broadcaster. It owns and operates a number of radio and television stations in Malaysia, based in Kuala Lumpur

Radio waves
Radio waves are a type of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum longer than infrared light. Radio waves have frequencies from 300 GHz to as low as 3 kHz, and corresponding wavelengths from 1 millimeter to 100 kilometers. Like all other electromagnetic waves, they travel at the speed of light

Radio-controlled aircraft
A radio-controlled aircraft is controlled remotely by a hand-held transmitter and a receiver within the craft

Radio-controlled boat
- Fun Sport :Electric Sport boats are the most common type of boat amongst casual hobbyists. Hobby quality boat speed generally start at around 20MPH and go up from there, and can be just as fast or faster than their internal combustion counterparts, with the latest in Lithium Polymer and Brushless motor technology

Radio-controlled car
Radio-controlled cars are self-powered model cars or trucks that can be controlled from a distance using a specialized transmitter

Radio-quiet neutron star
A radio-quiet neutron star is a neutron star that does not seem to emit radio emissions like most other neutron stars.Most neutron stars are pulsars, and emit radio radiation.

Radioactive contamination
Radioactive contamination, also called radiological contamination, is radioactive substances on surfaces, or within solids, liquids or gases , where their presence is unintended or undesirable, or the process giving rise to their presence in such places

Radioactive decay
Radioactive decay is the process by which an atomic nucleus of an unstable atom loses energy by emitting ionizing particles . The emission is spontaneous, in that the atom decays without any physical interaction with another particle from outside the atom

Radioactive waste
Radioactive wastes are wastes that contain radioactive material. Radioactive wastes are usually by-products of nuclear power generation and other applications of nuclear fission or nuclear technology, such as research and medicine

Radiobiology , as a field of clinical and basic medical sciences, originated from Leopold Freund's 1896 demonstration of the therapeutic treatment of a hairy mole using a new type of electromagnetic radiation called x-rays, which was discovered 1 year previously by the German physicist, Wilhelm Rontgen

Radiocarbon dating
Radiocarbon dating is a radiometric dating method that uses the naturally occurring radioisotope carbon-14 to estimate the age of carbon-bearing materials up to about 58,000 to 62,000 years. Raw, i.e. uncalibrated, radiocarbon ages are usually reported in radiocarbon years "Before Present" , "Present" being defined as 1950

Radiofrequency ablation
Radio frequency ablation is a medical procedure where part of the electrical conduction system of the heart, tumor or other dysfunctional tissue is ablated using the heat generated from the high frequency alternating current to treat a medical disorder

Radiologic technologist
A radiologic technologist, also known as medical radiation technologist and as radiographer, performs imaging of the human body for diagnosis or treating medical problems

Radiology is a medical specialty that employs the use of imaging to both diagnose and treat disease visualized within the human body. Radiologists use an array of imaging technologies to diagnose or treat diseases

Radiology Information System
A radiology information system is a computerized database used by radiology departments to store, manipulate and distribute patient radiological data and imagery. The system generally consists of patient tracking and scheduling, result reporting and image tracking capabilities

The radish is an edible root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family that was domesticated in Europe, in pre-Roman times. They are grown and consumed throughout the world. Radishes have numerous varieties, varying in size, color and duration of required cultivation time

Radium is a chemical element with atomic number 88, represented by the symbol Ra. Radium is an almost pure-white alkaline earth metal, but it readily oxidizes on exposure to air, becoming black in color. All isotopes of radium are highly radioactive, with the most stable isotope being radium-226, which has a half-life of 1601 years and decays into radon gas

Radium Springs, Georgia
Radium Springs is an unincorporated community located on the southeast outskirts of Albany in Dougherty County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Albany, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Radius of convergence
In mathematics, the radius of convergence of a power series is a quantity, either a non-negative real number or ∞, that represents a domain in which the series will converge. Within the radius of convergence, a power series converges absolutely and uniformly on compacta as well

Radon is a chemical element with symbol Rn and atomic number 86. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas, occurring naturally as the decay product of uranium or thorium. Its most stable isotope, 222Rn, has a half-life of 3.8 days

Radu Marian
Radu Marian is a Romanian/Moldovan male soprano or sopranist.Marian possesses a pure soprano voice in the range of C4 to C6, and he is considered an important singer in Baroque music. His repertoire incorporates cantatas written for soprano by composers like Handel, Bononcini, Carissimi, and Frescobaldi, and the repertoire of the old castrati

RAF Alconbury
RAF Alconbury is an active Royal Air Force station in Cambridgeshire, England. The airfield is adjacent to the Stukeleys [Great and Little] and located about northwest of Huntingdon; about north of London.

RAF Bassingbourn
RAF Bassingbourn is a former military airbase located in Cambridgeshire approximately north of Royston, Hertfordshire and south west of Cambridge. During World War II it served first as an RAF station and then as a bomber base of the U.S. Eighth Air Force

RAF Benson
RAF Benson is a Royal Air Force station near Benson in South Oxfordshire, England. It is home to the Royal Air Force's support helicopters, the Aérospatiale Puma and the EH-101 Merlin, known as the Puma HC.Mk 1 and the Merlin HC.Mk 3 and Mk 3a.

RAF Bentley Priory
RAF Bentley Priory was a non-flying Royal Air Force station near Stanmore in the London Borough of Harrow. It was famous as the headquarters of Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain and the Second World War. The RAF Bentley Priory site includes a Grade II* listed Officers' Mess and Italian Gardens

RAF Boxted
RAF Boxted is a former World War II airfield in Essex, England. The airfield is located approximately north-northeast of Colchester; about northeast of London

RAF Charmy Down
RAF Station Charmy Down is a former World War II airfield in Somerset, England. The airfield is located approximately north-northeast of Bath; about west of London

RAF Coastal Command
RAF Coastal Command was a formation within the Royal Air Force . Founded in 1936, it was the RAF's premier maritime arm, after the Royal Navy's secondment of the Fleet Air Arm in 1937. Naval aviation was neglected in the inter-war period, 1919–1939, and as a consequence the service did not receive the resources it needed to develop properly or efficiently

RAF Cosford
RAF Cosford is a Royal Air Force station in Cosford, Shropshire, just to the northwest of Wolverhampton and next to Albrighton.-History:

RAF Cranwell
RAF Cranwell is a Royal Air Force station in Lincolnshire close to the village of Cranwell, near Sleaford. It is currently commanded by Group Captain Dave Waddington

RAF Croughton
RAF Croughton is a United States Air Force communications base in Northamptonshire, England, to the southeast of the village of Croughton. The station is home to the 422nd Air Base Group and operates one of Europe's largest military switchboards and processes approximately a third of all U.S

RAF Finningley
RAF Finningley is a former Royal Air Force station at Finningley, South Yorkshire, partly within the traditional county boundaries of Nottinghamshire and partly in the West Riding of Yorkshire, now wholly within the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster.

RAF Gibraltar
Royal Air Force Station Gibraltar, better known as RAF Gibraltar and formally as North Front, is a Royal Air Force station on Gibraltar. No military aircraft are currently stationed there, but there are regular visits

RAF Habbaniya
Royal Air Force Station Habbaniya, more commonly known as RAF Habbaniya, was a Royal Air Force station at Habbaniyah, about west of Baghdad in modern day Iraq, on the banks of the Euphrates near Lake Habbaniyah

RAF Hamworthy
RAF Hamworthy was a Royal Air Force Coastal Command seaplane base at Poole Harbour in Dorset, England, from 1939 to 1948. During World War II, it was used by the Royal Air Force, the Royal Navy and BOAC.-RAF units and aircraft:-External links:*

RAF Hemswell
RAF Hemswell was an airfield used by RAF Bomber Command for 20 years between 1937 and 1957 and saw most of its operational life during World War II. Later used by RAF Fighter Command as a nuclear ballistic missile base during the Cold War it closed to military use in 1967

RAF Henlow
RAF Henlow is a Royal Air Force station in Bedfordshire, England, equidistant from Bedford, Luton and Stevenage. It houses the RAF Centre of Aviation Medicine, the RAF Signals Museum and 616 Volunteer Gliding Squadron.- History :

RAF High Wycombe
RAF High Wycombe is a Royal Air Force station, situated in the village of Walters Ash, near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, England. Its purpose is to serve the needs of the RAF Air Command, situated on the site. It is also the headquarters of the European Air Group

RAF Hospital Wegberg
The former Royal Air Force Hospital Wegberg, commonly abbreviated to RAF Wegberg, was a Royal Air Force military hospital located in Wegberg, near the city of Mönchengladbach, in Germany.

RAF Intelligence
Intelligence services in the Royal Air Force is delivered by Officers of the Royal Air Force Operations Support Intelligence Branch and Airmen from the Intelligence Analyst Trade and Intelligence Analyst Trade

RAF Leconfield
The former RAF Leconfield, or 'Leconfield Camp' was a Royal Air Force airbase in Leconfield , East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The site is now used by the MoD Defence School of Transport Leconfield .-History:

RAF Lossiemouth
RAF Lossiemouth is a Royal Air Force station to the west of the town of Lossiemouth in Moray, Scotland. It is one of the RAF's biggest bases and is currently Britain's main base for Tornado GR4s. From 2013 the Northern QRA force of Typhoon F2 will relocate to Lossiemouth following the closure of RAF Leuchars

RAF Manston
RAF Manston was an RAF station in the north-east of Kent, at on the Isle of Thanet from 1916 until 1996. The site is now split between a commercial airport Kent International Airport and a continuing military use by the Defence Fire Training and Development Centre , following on from a long standing training facility for RAF firefighters at the Manston base.-World War

RAF Membury
RAF Station Membury is a former World War II airfield built in the civil parish of Lambourn in Berkshire, England. The airfield is located approximately mi north-northwest of Hungerford, at the Membury services stop of the M4 motorway; about miles west-southwest of London

RAF Molesworth
RAF Molesworth is a Royal Air Force station located near Molesworth, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom with a history dating back to 1917.Its runway and flight line facilities were closed in 1973 and demolished to support ground-launched cruise missile operations in the early 1980s

RAF Museum
The Royal Air Force Museum London, commonly known as the RAF Museum, is a museum located on the former Hendon Aerodrome, dedicated to the history of aviation and the British Royal Air Force. The museum is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Ministry of Defence and a registered charity

RAF North Luffenham
RAF North Luffenham was a Royal Air Force station in Rutland, England, 1940 - 1998. It is near to the villages of Edith Weston and North Luffenham.

RAF North Pickenham
RAF North Pickenham is a former Royal Air Force base near North Pickenham, in Norfolk. It was originally opened in 1944 and finally closed in 1965.-USAAF use:

RAF officer ranks
- Ranks :-Origins:Lieutenant-General David Henderson originally proposed that Royal Air Force officers use a combination of British Army and Royal Navy ranks

RAF Sculthorpe
RAF Sculthorpe is a military training facility for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence, situated about west of Fakenham in Norfolk, England

RAF Sealand
RAF Sealand was a former Royal Air Force station in Flintshire, north Wales and operated between 1916 and 2006.Under defence cuts announced in 2004 RAF Sealand was completely closed in April 2006. All remaining RAF units were moved to RAF Leeming

RAF Stafford
RAF Stafford was a non-flying Royal Air Force station in Stafford Staffordshire, England.Originally home to No 16 Maintenance Unit as an Equipment Supply Depot, this part of the station is now run by the Defence Logistics Organisation. No 2 Mechanical Transport Squadron, part of Stafford based 85 ELW, provides transport assistance for unit moves and deployments

RAF Tangmere
RAF Tangmere was a Royal Air Force station famous for its role in the Battle of Britain, located at Tangmere village about 3 miles east of Chichester in West Sussex, England. American RAF pilot Billy Fiske died at Tangmere and was the first American aviator to die during World War II

RAF Thorpe Abbotts
RAF Thorpe Abbotts is a former World War II airfield in England. The field is located 4 miles E of Diss in Norfolk.-Overview:Thorpe Abbotts airfield was built during 1942 and early 1943 for the RAF as a satellite airfield for RAF Horham but the rapid buildup of the 8th Air Force resulted in both airfields being handed over to the Americans

RAF Valley
RAF Valley is a Royal Air Force station on the island of Anglesey, Wales, and which is also used as Anglesey Airport. It provides fast-jet training using the BAE Hawk and provides training for aircrew working with Search and Rescue. Unofficially the motto for RAF Valley is 'One Valley, Training Aircrew and Saving Lives'No

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