#RoaominRex has been to site No. 10 on his map, Lashenden Air Warfare Museum, ion a World War II advanced landing ground used by Royal Canadian Air Force in 1943 with Spitfires and the United States 9th Air Force in 1944 with P51 Mustangs. It is the only advanced landing ground still in operational use.

Rex saw one of only six Fieseler FI103 R-4 Reichenbergs, a Fa 330 Rotorkite, a working Link Trainer and a civilians at war display.

Lashenden Air Warfare Museum is a Kent Children’s University Learning Destination.

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