Shortly

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Possible Answers: ANON, SOON, INASEC, INABIT, ERELONG, INAWHILE, INATRICE, INAFEW, INAMOMENT, BEFORELONG, INAWINK, INASECOND.

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Random information on the term “SOON”:

RAAF Learmonth, also known as Learmonth Airport (IATA: LEA, ICAO: YPLM), is a joint use Royal Australian Air Force base and civil airport. It is located near the town of Exmouth on the north-west coast of Western Australia. As an RAAF base, Learmonth is one of the RAAF’s three “bare bases”. No Air Force units are currently based at Learmonth and it is maintained by a small caretaker staff during peacetime.

The RAAF also operates the Learmonth Air Weapons Range which covers about 18,954 ha (46,840 acres) and is located 30 km (19 mi) south-west of the airbase.

During World War II a little-known landing field was constructed on the western shore of Exmouth Gulf. It was code-named “Potshot” and maintained by No. 76 Operational Base Unit. In the 1950s the landing field was further developed as a military base and named RAAF Learmonth in honour of Wing Commander Charles Learmonth DFC and Bar, who, while leading No. 14 Squadron, was killed in a flying accident off Rottnest Island, Western Australia on 6 January 1944.

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