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The UK Government's announced Air Cadet glider training is to end in Wales.
It says 634 Squadron currently based at MOD St Athan is to be disbanded.
It with our deepest regret that we have been made aware that as of today 634 VGS will be disbanded along with several other VGS nation wide.
After a long association within Wales for many decades , Air Cadet gliding in Wales will be no more. On behalf of the 634 VGS the staff and instructors would like to thank all those involved who have dedicated time to the Squadron during its operation
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Traffic in Wenvoe was slowed down this morning as a large aircraft was transported by road through the town.
Vale of Glamorgan Council warned of disruption to traffic when the "large abnormal load" was leaving the MoD site at St Athan.
South Wales Police say the Airbus plane is being taken to Cotswold Airport.
Around 10,000 new homes could be built in the Vale of Glamorgan by 2026.
Key sites identified in to the council's new draft development plan include 1,700 homes at the Barry docks waterfront and 1,300 houses for St Athan.
The latest plan plan follows a decision to scrap work on an earlier plan back in January.
The six-week consultation is now underway.
A 50-year-old aeroplane once used by the Royal Navy to check for threats from other aircraft has arrived at MOD St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan today.
The Fairey Gannet will now be taken apart - to help restore its sister plane, so that it can fly once again.
A Fairey Gannet aircraft is being transported to St Athan today. The post-WW2 plane was designed to fly from aircraft carriers. Maintenance work will be carried out on the aircraft by Hunter Flying Ltd in Barry.
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The Royal Air Force will mark 75 years of life and work at its military base in St Athan today.
Military personnel of past and present will gather at the site in the Vale of Glamorgan to celebrate the anniversary.
There will be a church service followed by a parade of trainees and veterans who served from the 1950s onwards.
The event will also include a flypast and a drop by the RAF Falcons Parachute Display Team.
After winning the contract to take over search and rescue helicopter cover from the RAF, Bristow Helicopters have released details of the new fleet that will be deployed in April 2015.
There will be two helicopters at both its Welsh bases -Caernarfon Airport and the MOD site at St Athan near Barry.
Caernarfon's Sikorsky helicopters will cover an area of 250 nautical miles around the base and each carry three stretchers and up to 10 seated casualties. Augusta Westlands will cover 200 nautical miles around St Athan and each have room for two stretchers and six seated casualties.
All the helicopters will have a crew of four and be capable of flying at 145 nautical miles an hour.