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List Of Florida World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields - Multiple Commands
... Jacksonville Army Airfield, 6.2 miles (10.0 km) north of Jacksonville I Bomber Command (1941) Transferred to Army Air Forces Antisubmarine Command (1942-1943) 26th Antisubmarine Wing (Squadrons) Transferred to III ...
Louisiana World War II Army Airfields - Major Airfields
... Air Technical Service Command Moisant Army Airfield, Kenner Sub-base of Naval Air Station New Orleans, Joint Use Now Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Harding Army Airfield, Baton Rouge 49th Army ...
Schilling Air Force Base
... During World War II, "Smoky Hill Army Airfield" (AAF) became significantly historic as it was in the first group United States Army Air Forces B-29 Superfortress bases for initial training on the ... Along with Walker Army Airfield near Victoria, Pratt Army Airfield near Pratt and Great Bend Army Airfield near Great Bend the initial cadre of the 58th ... Cold War era, the base was one of the initial airfields of the new Strategic Air Command in 1946, and the United States Air Force upon its establishment in 1947 ...
Leadville Army Airfield
... Leadville Municipal Airport (Leadville Army Airfield c. Aug 1943-5) was a Colorado World War II Army Airfield named for Leadville 2 miles southeast ...
South Atlantic Air Ferry Route In World War II - Overview - Caribbean Air Route
... Morrison Field) Opened in 1940 as a Third Air Force fighter base, reassigned to Army Air Forces Ferrying Command on 19 January 1942, 26th Ferrying Squadron flew ferrying operations south ... as Palm Beach Air Force Base, 1949 Miami Army Airfield Florida 25°47′36″N 080°17′26″W / 25.79333°N 80.29056°W / 25.79333 -80.29056 ... Homestead Army Airfield Florida 25°29′18″N 080°23′01″W / 25.48833°N 80.38361°W / 25.48833 -80.38361 (Homestead AAF) Opened September 1942 ...

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