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RAF Charterhall is a former Royal Air Force airfield, beside the B6460 near the village of Greenlaw in Berwickshire, Scotland. The airfield was used by No. 54 Operational Training Unit RAF.
The location now operates as a private airstrip.
The site was also used as a motor racing track between 1952 and 1964.
Battle of Britain pilot Richard Hillary, author of The Last Enemy, was killed with his observer Sergeant Wilfred Fison when their Bristol Blenheim aircraft, flying from Charterhall, crashed at nearby Crunklaw Farm on 8 January 1943 in a night-flying accident. A memorial to Hillary was unveiled at Charterhall by the Duke of Kent on 6 November 2001. The memorial also remembers all the aircrew from Charterhall who died in the Second World War.