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NAS SIGONELLA, Italy - Tactical Support Center, Maritime Air Control Authority, TSCOMM NAS SIGONELLA

 

Defending Freedom Protecting the 2004 Olympic Games

 

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Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington

 

Supply Department - Fuel Division - Grumman A-6 Intruder - Retired in 1997

 

Whidbey Island Naval Air Station (NAS) Oak Harbor Aircraft Display
Static aircraft displays were dedicated in September, 2007, just outside Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, and the City of Oak Harbor, Washington. The aircraft display is in recognition of the accomplishments of the men and women who have served at NAS Whidbey Island.
An EA-6B Prowler, BuNo 158036, has the insignia of Electronic Attack Training Squadron (VAQ) 129 Vikings, the only EA-6B training squadron for the Navy and Marine Corps, so every EA-6B pilot has been through that program. The names on the aircraft represent four former VAQ-129 commanding officers who have made lasting impressions on the EA-6B community.
A second aircraft, an A-6 Intruder, BuNo 152907, has the logo for the Attack Squadron (VA) 145 Swordsman. It also bears the name of two members of NAS Whidbey Island who have made their impact on the A-6 community.

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Aloha Fritz,

 

I've never seen anything for NAS Weeksville but there should be something out there as it wasn't closed until 1957.

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NAVAL AIR TEST FACILITY (NATF) 1958


1958 The Naval Air Test Facility (NATF) was established


1965-1973 Antisubmarine helicopter squadrons become part of the station's mission


1973 The Naval Air Engineering Center (NAEC) is relocated to Lakehurst from Philadelphia


1977 NAS and NATF are disestablished and merged into NAEC

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Aloha Fritz,

 

I've never seen anything for NAS Weeksville but there should be something out there as it wasn't closed until 1957.

 

Thank you Salvage Sailor for your response. A few years ago I lived directly across the Pasquotank River from WW2 NAS Weeksville (currently occupied by a LTA blimp mfg.) but was never able to id any type of shoulder sleeve insignia.

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Naval Air Facility Annapolis (NAF Greenbury Point, Annapolis MD) The US Navy's first naval aviation base was established in 1911 at Greenbury Point, across the Severn River from the US Naval Academy. Annapolis became the home of naval aviation, having both the first naval air station and the first flight from a naval air station to add to its illustrious history.

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Naval Air Station Barbers Point, Oahu, Hawaii - It was the only USN SAR base for well over a thousand miles.

 

Closed in the BRAC of 1999 with the remaining P-3 Orion squadrons relocating to MCBH Kaneohe Bay. The USCG still maintains their SAR Helo squadrons at Barbers Point.

 

Enameled Plaque circa 1970's

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USCG Air Station Barbers Point - still in operation as the only military tenant on the airfield. The Navy patrol squadrons are now at Kaneohe Bay and the Army/HANG Helo squadrons are at Wheeler Field

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NAF MAYPORT FLORIDA - Naval Air Facility Mayport, Fl, established in 1982, redesignated NAS Mayport in September 1988. Jacksonville was the only city in the United States with three naval air stations during this time period.

 

Patch circa 1982-1988

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USNAAS Saufley Field redesignated to NAS in 1968 just down the Gulf of Mexico on the Florida pan handle from NAS Pensacola. Saufleys runways are currently shut down due to damage

nice large patch about 6.5 inches per side

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Bulllion on felt Naval Air Station South Weymouth blazer patch

 

NAS SOUTH WEYMOUTH Hilborn-Hamburger version & the older versions

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Apologies if this is posted to the wrong thread.

This Japanese made jacket patch was for the Fuji Fins, a U.S. military personnel skin diving club at Atsugi. They are mentioned in 1962 Stars & Stripes article as having assisted in training Japanese policemen in skin diving rescue and recovery.

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NAS NEW ORLEANS - Naval Air Station New Orleans, Gemsco version

 

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