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Early Life And Military Career Of John Mc Cain - Military Career - Naval Training, Early Assignments, First Marriage, and Children
... He spent two years as a naval aviator in training, first at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida through September 1959, and then at Naval Air Station Corpus ... He joined squadron VA-42 at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia for five months of further training on the Skyraider ... The carriers were based at Naval Station Norfolk and cruised in the Caribbean and in several deployments to the Mediterranean ...
CFB Cornwallis - HMCS Cornwallis
... Department of National Defence began examining the possibility of transferring naval recruit training to a new facility in southwestern Nova Scotia with convenient access to Halifax ... While the location for the training base was being sorted out, the actual training establishment was founded at a cost of $9 million at Halifax's HMC Dockyard on May 1, 1942 and was named HMCS ... New buildings were completed during the winter of 1942-1943 and the training establishment officially moved to the new base from HMC Dockyard on ...
Claude Choules - Naval Training
... April 1915, at age 14, he joined the nautical training ship TS Mercury ... This training ship was moored on the River Hamble, near Southampton, Hampshire, and had a dormitory ship called HMS President that had previously been HMS Gannet ... The commander of the Mercury training site was the cricketer C ...

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