Here we go again
Just had all the news about the bombers for our planes and so called great result, yet within days we start again----Bomb disposal experts were tonight investigating a suspected explosive device found at an RAF base, the Ministry of Defence said.
Members of the explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team were "investigating" the suspected device at RAF Lyneham, a MoD spokesman said.
RAF Lyneham, in Chippenham, Wiltshire, is one of the largest and busiest Royal Air Force hubs in Britain and home to the Hercules aircraft.
The MoD spokesman said: "A suspected IED (improvised explosive device) has been discovered at RAF Lyneham.
"An EOD team are on site and currently working to make the area safe.
"It is too early to speculate at this stage."
The bodies of many of the British soldiers killed in Afghanistan are brought back to RAF Lyneham.