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AFB Waterkloof



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Air Force Base Waterkloof is an airbase of the South African Air Force. It is situated on the outskirts of Pretoria, and is the SAAF's busiest airbase. The base's name, Waterkloof, is Afrikaans, it means Water Ravine in English. Despite the name, this base is not located in Waterkloof, Pretoria, but lies to the south of Pretoria, 4.34 nmi to the northeast of Centurion, Gauteng, and 3.37 nmi from AFB Swartkop at -25.830, 28.222 with elevation of 1506 metres (4940 ft). The base motto is Acquirit Qui Tuetur (He Obtains Who Defends).

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Latitude -25.8301° S 25.8301° S 25° 49' 48.36" -25° 49.806'
Longitude 28.2225° E 28.2225° E 28° 13' 21" 28° 13.35'
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Waterkloof
Gauteng
South Africa
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