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List Of Florida World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - Air Transport Command
... Homestead Army Airfield, 6.0 miles (9.7 km) east-northeast of Homestead Station 8, Caribbean Wing, ATC 563d Army Air Force Base Unit Was Dade County Airport (1945-1955) Was Homestead ...
Courtland Airport - History
... low airways congestion, North Alabama was considered to be a good location for one of the new Army Air Force training fields ... short span of approximately 8 months, with the air field officially being activated in December 1942 as Courtland Army Air Field (CAAF) ... to the Southeast Training Center of the Army Air Force Training Command ...
List Of Michigan World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields
... Air Technical Service Command Alpena AAF, Alpena 100th Army Air Force Base Unit Now Alpena County Regional Airport (IATA APN, ICAO KAPN) Kinross AAF ... Grayling AAF, Grayling Now Active United States Army airfield, part of Camp Grayling Tri-City AAF, Saginaw Now MBS International Airport (IATA MBS, ICAO KMBS) Troop ... Kellogg Airport (IATA BTL, ICAO KBTL) First Air Force Selfridge AAF, Mt ...
South Carolina World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - Third Air Force
... Aiken Army Airfield, 6.5 miles (10.5 km) north-northeast of Aiken Sub-base of Morris Army Airfield, North Carolina 359th Army Air Force Base Unit ...
Georgia World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - Third Air Force
... Statesboro Army Air Field, 3.6 miles (5.8 km) northeast of Statesboro Sub-base of Morris Field ... North Carolina, later William Northern Field, Tennessee 343d Army Air Force Base Unit Now Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport (IATA TBR, ICAO KTBR, FAA LID TBR) Thomasville Army Air ...

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