List of United States Naval Air Stations - Former U.S. Naval Air Stations Consolidated/realigned Into Other Active Naval Installations (airfiel

Former U.S. Naval Air Stations Consolidated/realigned Into Other Active Naval Installations (airfiel

  • Naval Air Station Anacostia - Washington, DC (realigned as Naval Station Anacostia; runways removed, heliport retained to support HMX-1)
  • Naval Air Station Barin Field - Alabama (realigned as Outlying Field Barin)
  • Naval Air Station Bronson - Florida (realigned as Outlying Field Bronson)
  • Naval Air Station Corry Field - Florida (realigned as Naval Technical Training Center Corry Station, then Center for Domain Awareness Corry Station)
  • Naval Air Station Ford Island, Oahu, Hawaii, (now Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Ford Island)
  • Naval Air Station Imperial Beach - California (realigned as Naval Outlying Landing Field Imperial Beach)
  • Naval Air Station Lakehurst - New Jersey (realigned as Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst)
  • Naval Air Station Memphis - Millington, Tennessee (realigned as Naval Support Activity Mid-South)
  • Naval Air Station Saufley Field - Florida (realigned as Naval Outlying Field Saufley and Naval Education and Training Program Development Center Saufley Field)

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