RAF Cosford's 75th anniversary marked at air show

Vulcan bomber - copyright Jamie Hunter
Image caption The last flying Vulcan bomber will be at the show for the first time since 2009

The 75th anniversary of an RAF base in Shropshire is being marked at its annual air show.

RAF Cosford was originally established before WWII to store aircraft but later became a training base.

Displays will involve the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and the last flying Vulcan bomber.

All profits from the air show will be donated to local and service charities supporting military personnel and their families, organisers said.

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