|Owner||Ministry of Defence|
|Operator||Royal Air Force|
|Location||Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire, England|
|Built||1918 as RAF Eastburn|
1935 as RAF Driffield
|In use||1918–1920 Royal Air Force|
1936–1977 Royal Air Force
|Elevation AMSL||82 ft / 25 m|
Location in the East Riding of Yorkshire
Royal Air Force Driffield or RAF Driffield is a former Royal Air Force station in the East Riding of Yorkshire, in England. It lies about 2 miles (3 km) south-west of Driffield and 11 miles (18 km) north-west of Beverley.
The site was first opened in 1918 by the Royal Air Force under the name of RAF Eastburn, and closed in 1920. In 1935 a new airfield was built, initially training bomber crews. In 1977 the site was turned over to the British Army for use as a driving school, and was renamed Alamein Barracks, a satellite to Normandy Barracks of the Defence School of Transport at Leconfield.
The following units were here at some point:
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