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RAF Innsworth is a non-flying Royal Air Force station four miles from historic Gloucester and the spa town of Cheltenham. It is currently the headquarters of Personnel and Training Command who embrace all aspects of recruiting, training, career management, welfare, conditions of service, resettlement and pensions for RAF regular and reserve forces worldwide.
Many changes have taken place at Innsworth over recent years; these include the formation of Personnel Management Agency, contractorisation of the Station Support Services and the formation of Armed Forces Personnel Administration Agency, all in 1997. In March 2005 the MOD Medals Office moved to RAF Innsworth to continue its valued work.

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The Station has always maintained a close association with the city of Gloucester, and on 7 April 1960, received the Honour of the Freedom of the City. The station has subsequently also received the freedoms of the Borough of Tewkesbury and the Borough of Cheltenham.