RAF Wyton in Cambridgeshire is a UK Strategic Command Station and home to the National Centre for Geospatial Intelligence which provides intelligence support to the Armed Forces deployed on operations around the globe.
RAF Wyton opened in 1916 and was used for training by the Royal Flying Corps. During WWII it was used primarily as a bomber base. In 1942 it became home of the Pathfinder Force under the Command of Group Captain (later Retd Air Vice Marshall) Don Bennett.
RAF Wyton is also home to the Ministry Of Defence Police HQ , and the Defence Infrastructure Organisation Regional HQ.