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Don Faurot - Head Coaching Record - Football
1st Iowa Pre-Flight Seahawks (Independent) 1943 Iowa Pre-Flight 9–1 2 Iowa Pre-Flight 9–1 NAS Jacksonville Fliers (Independent) 1944 NAS Jacksonville 4–3 NAS ...
Naval Air Station Jacksonville - Current Operations
... P-3C squadrons (VP-24, VP-49, VP-56) and SH-60F/HH-60H squadrons (HS-1, HS-9, HS-75) at NAS Jacksonville, while the BRAC-directed closure of nearby NAS Cecil Field ... Georgia, Naval Outlying Landing Field Whitehouse (just north of the former NAS Cecil Field) and the Pinecastle Range Complex stretching from just south of Camp Blanding to the southern border of ... With the BRAC-directed closure of NAS Brunswick, Maine by mid-2011, Patrol Squadron EIGHT (VP-8), Patrol Squadron TEN (VP-10), Patrol Squadron TWENTY-SIX (VP-26 ...
Naval Air Station Jacksonville - History
... During World War I, the area now occupied by NAS Jacksonville...often referred to colloquially as "NAS Jax"...was named Camp Joseph E ... On October 15, 1940, Naval Air Station Jacksonville was officially commissioned, and became the first part of the Jacksonville Navy complex that would eventually ... Increased training and construction characterized NAS Jacksonville’s response to America’s entry into World War II ...

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