3 edition of US Naval Air Station, Melbourne Florida, World War II found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -181).
|Other titles||United States Naval Air Station, Melbourne Florida, World War II|
|LC Classifications||VG94.5.M45 B37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||00193368|
The Malabar Naval Outer Landing Field was an airfield built by the US Navy in within Brevard County, Florida to augment what was then Naval Air Station airfield, which had four runways, was decommissioned as an active airfield in the mids. Now known as the "Malabar Transmitter Annex," the property is currently used as an auxiliary . "Naval Base Key West was reopened just prior to the United States' entry into World War II to support Navy destroyers, submarines, patrol craft and PBY flying boat and amphibious aircraft. Other satellite facilities were established to support other war efforts, including Meachum Field for lighter-than-air blimp operations on Key West, and.
About this Item: United States Naval Institute, Hardcover. Condition: Good-. GOOD-. Tan illustrated cloth covered boards, approx. 11'' x '' x 2'', fading and heavy stains to spine, light foxing and many small light brown and very small black stains to covers, binding glue stains to inside covers transferred to fly page and back of last page, some very light foxing to top page . During World War II, s naval aviators received training at Pensacola and its auxiliary fields. In the s the Army began building a modest facility in the Florida panhandle that would evolve into Eglin Army Air Field, one of the largest installations of its kind.
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The Naval Air Station, Melbourne, Florida was a specialized fighter training base that saw many of the young men become top gun fighter pilots. This book traces the training Navy cadets went through, the operational training they accomplished, and the history of NAS Melbourne from its grass roots through the war years/5(2).
Shettle did a wonderful job in researching and compiling this book. One of those overnight navy bases that sprung up overnight during the war was in our hometown. Although it didn't even last until the end of the war our local historians wanted to compile a history of the naval air station but there was very little information.5/5(5).
Operational flight training in fighter aircraft in WW II was a highlight for young Navy pilots. The Naval Air Station, Melbourne, Florida was a specialized fighter training base that saw many of the young men become top gun fighter pilots.
This book traces the training Navy cadets went through Pages: Fighter Pilot Training Base Word War II This book details the prewar and wartime history of U. Naval Air Station Melbourne, Florida known as NAS Melbourne (Melbourne Airport) in Melbourne, Florida.
During World War II, this base was used as a USN training base for F4F Wildcat and F6F Hellcat pilots. In addition to the history of NAS Melbourne and also details the history of NAS Banana. The Naval Air Station, Melbourne, Florida was a specialized fighter training base that saw many of the young men become top gun fighter pilots.
This book traces the training Navy cadets went through, the operational training they accomplished, and the history of NAS Melbourne from its grass roots through the war years.4/5(1).
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The text covers the use of the land and the historic aviation events prior to the Navy's involvement; the Naval aviation activity at the station during the war, and the status and use of the airfield today.4/4(2).
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11 Amphibious Training Bases. 13 Auxiliary Air Facilities. 14 Aviation Supply Offices. 16 Cargo Handling. 17 Code and Signal. 20 Construction Training. 21 Convalescent Hospitals. 27 Hydrographic Offices.
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The airport serves as Naval Air Station Melbourne during World War II, training top Navy and Marine pilots. It also housed German POWs. Melbourne Airport is deeded to the city and operated as a municipal airport. The era of commercial air service begins in Melbourne with the arrival of Eastern Airlines.
During World War II, the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) established numerous airfields in Florida for antisubmarine defense in the western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico and for training pilots and aircrews of USAAF fighters, attack planes, and light and medium :.
US Navy Cruise Books are unofficial publications published by a ship's crew to document a cruise or deployment. The number of copies of a cruise book is very limited.
Several commands only order copies for about 2/3 of the crew as a rule of thumb. Creating those books is an old tradition in the US Navy.
This tradition dates back to the late.“The Pensacola Naval Air Station hi civilian workers to run its facilities. You have thousands of Floridians leaving the fields and going to work in the cities near these military bases.” During World War II Florida’s population exploded.
Key West residents in by war’s end five years later.Records of Allied Operational and Occupation Headquarters, World War II, RG Records of Squadrons Records of the Asiatic Squadron. Textual Records: Letters sent by Rear Adm. J.C. Watson, mainly as Commander in Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Asiatic Station, ; and by the Flag Secretary, Private.