|Statement||United States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Sixth Congress, third session.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs|
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|Number of Pages||2817|
Naval Air Station Barbers Point - Barbers Point, Hawaii (realigned as CGAS Barbers Point) Naval Air Station Banana River - Florida (–) (transferred to the U.S. Air Force and renamed as Patrick AFB) Naval Air Station Bay Shore - Bay Shore, New York (). Otis Air National Guard Base is named for pilot, flight surgeon, and eminent Boston City Hospital surgeon Lt. Frank "Jesse" Otis. He was a member of the st Observation Squadron who was killed on 11 January when his Douglas OA crashed at Hennepin, Illinois while on a cross-country training mission. In , the landing field area at Camp Edwards was named Otis Field in his lled by: United States Air Force. The Secretary of the Air Force may establish or develop construction for unforeseen re- Air Force installations and facilities by proceeding with construction quirements. made necessary by changes in Air Force missions and responsibilities which have been occasioned by: (a) unforeseen security considerations, (b) new weapons developments, (c. Records of the Quonset Point Naval Air Rework Facility (Quonset Point, RI) Records of the Seattle Naval Air Base (Seattle, WA) Records of the Squantum Naval Reserve Aviation Base (Squantum, MA) Records of Other Naval Shore Establishments Records of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet.
In , the United States Navy needed an all-purpose, lightweight building that could be shipped anywhere and assembled without skilled labor. The George A. Fuller construction company was selected to manufacture them. The structure of a Quonset hut may seem simple, but it did evolve over time. Adapted to meet a variety of climates and conditions, the Quonset hut demonstrated its . The Quonset Point air station was in operation. Altogether, fourteen new naval air stations had been commissioned during the year. Secretary Knox was able to report to the President, "Naval air stations have been completed or advanced to such a stage as to permit operations at 11 continental and 13 island and overseas bases.". Oriskany returned to Quonset Point on 4 October and, after a month of post-deployment leave and upkeep, sailed west to Gravesend Bay, New York, to offload ammunition and to have her masts removed to allow passage under the East River Bridges. Entering the New York Naval Shipyard in mid-November, the aircraft carrier underwent her first. In , the newly constructed Naval Air Station at Quonset became the operational base for 4 squadrons of seaplanes, and the Gould Island air facility was designated an auxiliary landing area. From , a total of 4, test drops of the Mark 13 torpedo were .
Quonset Point Naval Air Station, a drawdown of facilities at Davisville, the movement of the active fleet from Newport, and a cutback of personnel and activities. Five previously independent commands were dsestablished and their personnel absorbed by a new activity — the Naval Education and Training Center. A ceremony on Oct. 1, During World War II, the field was known as Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Otis and was a subordinate field for Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island. Cold War Air Force usage. During the Cold War, the base was a key Aerospace Defense Command (ADC) installation. H.R. (88 th): An Act to authorize certain construction at military installations, and for other purposes. React to this bill with an emoji Save your opinion on this bill on a six-point scale from strongly oppose to strongly support. Lakehurst Maxfield Field (formerly Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst) (part of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL)) New Mexico [ edit ] Naval Air .