Bradley Air National Guard Base

Bradley Air National Guard Base is the home base of the Connecticut Air National Guard 103d Airlift Wing.

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Bradley Air National Guard Base - History
... Bradley has its origins in the 1940 acquisition of 1,700 acres (690 ha) of land in Windsor Locks by the State of Connecticut ... Bradley of Antlers, Oklahoma, assigned to the 64th Pursuit Squadron ... Bradley's P-40 crashed on August 21, 1941 ...

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