|Opened in.||1917 by the Royal Flying Corps.|
|Operated by.||Royal Flying Corps 1917-1920, Closed between 1920-1939, Royal Air Force 1939-1942, United States Army Air Forces 1942-1945, United States Air Force 1951-present|
|Owned by.||The British Ministry of Defence|
Naturally, the people of places like Newbury, which was near the Greenham Air Base were terrified and knew under any scenario, they were to end up piles of radioactive ash. This only helped prove CND's case for banning the bomb. RAF Upper Heyford, RAF Molesworth and Greenham Air Base all had peace caps outside them.