Middle Wallop

Middle Wallop is a village in the civil parish of Nether Wallop in Hampshire, England, on the A343 road. The village has a public house, The George Inn, a petrol station as well as The Wallops Parish Hall.

Together the villages of Over Wallop, Middle Wallop and Nether Wallop are known as the Wallops and run in a line roughly North to South following the line of the Wallop Brook, which has its source in Over Wallop. To the East of the villages the area is dominated by the Middle Wallop airfield, home to the Army Air Corps, a branch of the British Army. It supposedly was the site of a battle between certain Vitalinus, possibly Vortigern, and Aurelius Ambrosius.

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Army Air Corps Middle Wallop - History - RAF/RNAS Use
... Middle Wallop returned to Royal Air Force use from July 1944 for No ... In January 1945, in an exchange with the RAF, Middle Wallop was transferred to Royal Navy use and became 'RNAS Middle Wallop' ... Five units were assembled at Middle Wallop, four transferring to Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore as planned the last, MONAB X ("HMS Nabhurst"), remained in the UK ...
Army Air Corps Middle Wallop
... Army Air Corps Middle Wallop is a British Army base near the Hampshire village of Middle Wallop ... The role of 2 Regiment is training and so AAC Middle Wallop is the base where most Army Air Corps pilots begin their careers ... The base was previously under Royal Air Force control and it was then known as RAF Middle Wallop ...

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