RAF parade in Cambridgeshire to mark 'end of Harriers'

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A special parade has been held at RAF Wittering to mark the end of the last Harrier squadrons.

The decision to axe them was made in the government's defence review. The planes have already gone but the parade was to celebrate the unit's long service in the RAF.

The future of the military base in Cambridgeshire is still unknown.

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