Samarai Advanced Seaplane Base - Units Based At Samari Advanced Seaplane Base

Units Based At Samari Advanced Seaplane Base

  • Patrol Squadron Thirty Three (VP-33), Fleet Air Wing 17 (PBY Catalina)
  • Patrol Squadron Thirty Four (VP-34), Fleet Air Wing 17 (PBY Catalina)
  • Patrol Squadron One Hundred One (VP-101), Fleet Air Wing 17 (PBY Catalina)
  • USS San Pablo (AVP-30) (Seaplane tender)
  • USS Half Moon (AVP-26) (Seaplane tender)

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