|near Finningley, South Yorkshire, England|
|Controlled by||United Kingdom|
The site of the former RAF Misson, Nottinghamshire, is located 7.5 miles (12.1 km) miles south east of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, and approximately 1-mile (1.6 km) southeast of the former RAF Finningley airfield.
The site was used as a bombing range by the Operational Training Units (OTU's) of RAF Finningley up until 1948. Between October 1960 and June 1963, No 94 (Surface to Air Missile) Squadron (No 94 (SAM) Sqn) RAF operated on the site with Bristol Bloodhound I missiles under the control of the Tactical Command Centre at RAF Lindholme.
The site is now private property but the concrete stands are still visible from the area. L. Jackson & Co.Ltd is situated on the site and supplies surplus military vehicles and equipment. The former site is proposed as a fracking location for natural gas.
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