Bloodhound Mk1 and Mk2 Deployment Locations
Richard Vernon

Here follows a complete list of Bloodhound Mk1 and Mk2 deployment for operational, training and trials use. Training deployment sites for 25, 41 and 65 Sqn are not included, bar 41 Sqn's first Cyprus detachment as that was an operational deployment with live weapons. 

BLOODHOUND Mk1

UK

247 Sqn, 1960-1963, RAF Carnaby

112 Sqn, 1960-1964, RAF Breighton

94 Sqn, 1960-1963, RAF Misson

141 Sqn 1959-1964, RAF Dunholme Lodge

222 Sqn, 1960-1964, RAF Woodhall Spa

62 Sqn 1960-1964, RAF Woolfox Lodge

257 Sqn, 1960-1963, RAF Warboys

263 Sqn, 1959-1963, RAF Watton

242 Sqn, 1959-1964, RAF Marham

266 Sqn, 1960-1964, RAF Rattlesden

264 Sqn, 1958-1962, North Coates

Swedish Rb-365

Luftvarnsregemente (Lv) 3 (Swedish Army), Norrtalje, Sweden

F2 Hägernäs (Swedish Air Force)

Royal Australian Air Force

30 Sqn RAAF, 1962-1968, RAAF Williamtown

30 Sqn RAAF Det 'A', 1965-1968, Darwin (Lee Point)

BLOODHOUND MK2

UK - RAF

25 Sqn 1963-1970, RAF North Coates

85 Sqn B Flt 1976-1990, RAF North Coates

112 Sqn 1964-1967, RAF Woodhall Spa

41 Sqn 1965-1970, RAF Woodhall Spa

BHSU 1971-1975, RAF West Raynham

85 Sqn 1975-1991 (A Flt 1975 - 1991, C Flt 1978-1979, D Flt 1980 - 1989), RAF West Raynham

85 Sqn C Flt, 1979-1990, RAF Bawdsey

25 Sqn B Flt, 1983-1989, RAF Wyton

85 Sqn F Flt, 1989-1990, RAF Wyton

25 Sqn A Flt, 1983-1989, RAF Barkston Heath

85 Sqn D Flt, 1989-1990, RAF Barkston Heath

85 Sqn E Flt, 1981-1983 and 1989-1991, RAF Wattisham

25 Sqn C Flt, 1983-1989, RAFWattisham

Royal Air Force RAFG (Germany)

25 Sqn A Flt, 1971-1983, RAF Bruggen

25 Sqn B Flt, 1971-1983, RAF Wildenrath

25 Sqn C Flt, 1970-1981, RAF Laarbruch

Royal Air Force NEAF

41 Sqn MS 5, 1967, RAF Episkopi, Cyprus

112 Sqn, 1967-1969, RAF Episkopi, Cyprus

112 Sqn, 1969-1975, Paramali West, Cyprus

Royal Air Force FEAF

33 Sqn, 1965-1970, RAAF Butterworth

65 Sqn, 1964-1970, RAF Seletar

Singapore Air Force

170 Sqn SADC 1970-1990, Site Alph at Seletar, Site Bravo in Ang Mo Kio and Site Charlie in Lim Chu Kang (Reference: http://kementah.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/land-use-planning-when-mindef-had-to-do.html) 

Switzerland - BL-64

System stood up between 1966 and 1968 and draw-down between 1998/1999.

Fliegerabwerhr Lenkwaffen Regiment 7 (7th Air Defence Missile Regiment) HQ at Bettwil (1968-1999).

Fliegerabwerhr Lenkwaffen Abteiluug 71 (71st Air Defence Missile Group) HQ at Emmen.

Flab Lwf Bttr I/71 (Air Defence Missile Battery 1/71st Air Defence Missile Group), BL-64ZH, Schmidrüti

Flab Lwf Bttr II / 71, BL-64ZU, Menzingen

Flab Lwf Bttr III / 71, BL-64LZ, Emmen

Fliegerabwerhr Lenkwaffen Abteiluug 72 (72st Air Defence Missile Group) HQ at Bettwil.

Flab Lwf Bttr I / 72 (Air Defence Missile Battery 1 / 72st Air Defence Missile Group), BL-64AG, Bettwil

Flab Lwf Bttr II / 72, BL-64SO, Laupersdorf

Flab Lwf Bttr III / 72.,BL-64FR, Torny-le-Grand 

Sweden

Swedish Rb-65 Bloodhound Mk 2 1965-1974 through 1978 (Swedish system were not used in fixed site role but were deployed to hidden sites dotted around the eastern coast of Sweden.

F8 Robotdivision, Barkarby, Stockholm

F10 Robotdivision, Ängelholm

F12 Robotdivision, Kalmar

F13 Robotdivision, Norrköping

F17 Robotdivision, Ronneby

Firing Sites

UK - RAF/RAE Aberporth

Australia - WRE Woomera (Range E Red Duster Firing Site)

Sweden - RFN Vidsil – Sweden

Bloodhound System