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EGDLLyneham (Mil) Airfield (UK, ICAO code)
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The suburbs receiving upgrades include Manuka, Turner, Lyons, Phillip, Kambah, Belconnen, Lyneham, Fyshwick, Downer, Barton, Kingston, Chapman, Pialligo, Calwell, Waramanga, Hackett, Mawson and Acton.
The fires at Lyneham Public School, St Clair High School, Kelso High School and Oxley High School, were selected for this study from the many thousands, because of the major impact they had on the school communities and the significant media coverage in the aftermath.
The UK Government stated in 2012 that Wiltshire's RAF Lyneham is the "preferred location for future defence technical training".
Detectives believe the incident started in Lyneham at about 6pm when initial shots were fired between the occupants of two cars - a VW Passat and a darkcoloured Audi.
The world-class events, if the rights will be awarded to Australia, will be held at the soon-to-be-finished Lyneham Centre.
RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire will remain the official landing ground for repatriations until the end of today but tomorrow the honour passes back to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
At the end of the , repatriations return to RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, as RAF Lyneham closes.
The body of the "spirited and passionate" marine, from Weymouth, Dorset, was flown back for a private ceremony at RAF Lyneham before being driven past tearful crowds lining the A3102, now dubbed the 'Highway for Heroes.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the UK's specialist aviation regulator, on Thursday announced a change in airspace arrangements in the Cotswold region ahead of the discontinuation of daily flying operations from RAF Lyneham on 30 September 2011.
The town lies between RAF Lyneham and the M4 motorway and is on the route taken by corteges as bodies are transported to the Armed Forces department of pathology at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
The iconic plane, which last flew at the Coventry Airport Fly-In on September 26, is currently grounded at her base at RAF Lyneham, in Wiltshire.
THE mayor ofWootton Bassett yesterday spoke of her pride at one of Britain's top two-year-olds carrying the name of the small Wiltshire town through which the funeral corteges of British servicemen and women killed in Afghanistan pass on their way from nearby RAF Lyneham.