Drugs officers have carried out Wiltshire Police's biggest set of raids in the force's history.
They planned to execute warrants at 60 addressed in Swindon.
The operation follows a major crack down on Class A drugs in the town, with months of undercover work being done.
More than 400 officers were involved in the raids, with the main aim to try and seize heroine and crack cocaine.
The former air base was used as a temporary headquarters for the raids.
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