Bakalar Air Force Base is a former United States Air Force base located 4.4 miles (7.1 km) north-northeast of Columbus, Indiana.
Opened during World War II, the base was a training base for medium-range C-46 and C-47 troop carrier planes and glider pilots. It also was used for training B-25 Mitchell and B-26 Marauder bomber crews. Reactivated during the Cold War, It was used as an Air Force Reserve training base for transport units. The base was closed by the Department of Defense in January 1970. The City of Columbus received title in 1972.
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... Today the former Bakalar Air Force Base is a first-class General Aviation airport ... Some original World War II and Air Force buildings remain and are in use ... Additionally, a museum, the Atterbury/Bakalar Air Museum, has been constructed and dedicated to the memory of all military and civilian personnel who served there ...
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