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Coordinates: 51°45′23″N 05°08′30″W / 51.75639°N 5.14167°W / 51.75639; -5.14167 RAF Talbenny was a World War II Royal Air Force airfield in Pembrokeshire, Wales that was operational from 1942 to December 1946. There were 3 concrete runways encircled by a perimeter track and 36 dispersal points.

On 29 January 1943, Brigadier Vivian Dykes, Director of Plans at the War Office between 1939 and 1941 and the Chief Combined Secretary British Joint Staff Mission Washington in 1942, along with 10 others, died on approach to RAF Talbenny on a flight from Casablanca.

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