The location proves the point somewhat, stuck out there in aerodrome country and the Salisbury Plain.
The aerodrome was a grass field of about five hundred acres that had been laid out for training in the last war and not much used since; it was grazed by sheep and the farmer had the one small hangar full of haymaking machinery and stuff of that sort.
Buxton is a little place in north Tasmania where the aerodrome is a grass field with no runways.
He knew that the aerodrome was the home of a training school of some sort.
They arrived at Vert Galand aerodrome, which is situated eleven miles north of Amiens on the