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  Welcome to the Website of the Davis-Monthan Airfield Register
PLEASE NOTE: The original Davis-Monthan Municipal Airfield, where the Register lived for a decade and which is the subject of this website, is in no way related, except in name and approximate geolocation, to the operations of the present-day Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.
It records, in pilots' and passengers' own handwriting, their flight activities in and out of the Airfield for more than a decade during "The Golden Age of Aviation".
At Tucson during this time, the forces of history, geography and time melded with the makers and actors of early aviation, and their marks in the log call on us to pay tribute to their presence and to their deeds.
www.dmairfield.com   (913 words)

 Pauanui Beach Airfield - NZUN
Pauanui airfield is located on the east coast of the Coromandel Peninsula 42 nm North West of Tauranga, 17 nm North East of Thames and 50 nm East of Auckland.
Pauanui airfield bisects the township of Pauanui Beach and is consequently extremely noise sensitive.
Golfers from the golf course to the North of the airfield often stray on to the airfield to retrieve golf balls.
airfield.pauanuibeach.com /airfield.html   (403 words)

 FISHBURN AIRFIELD - HOME   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Fishburn airfield is an unlicensed grass flying strip close to the town of Sedgefield in the north east of England, UK.
The Airfield is very convenient for the City of Durham and its University 8 miles north west and Sedgefield Racecourse 2 miles south.
The Airfield is PPR (Prior Permission Required) and restricted to operations and take-offs between 8am and 8pm Monday to Saturday and 9:30am to 8pm on Sundays.
www.erudite.co.uk /fishburn   (602 words)

 Hampton Airfield
This Airfield (7b3) is a great opportunity to invest in an exciting and fun business.
This historic NH licensed commercial grass airfield is home to over 80 aircraft and 10 businesses.
Airfield will only be sold as and must remain an operating airport.
www.hamptonairfield.com /add.htm   (261 words)

 Airfield Seizure Combat Health Support
The danger arises from the fact that, during airfield seizures, paratroopers typically conduct a parachute assault deep into enemy territory in the midst of a pitched battle and are at great risk of incurring multiple injuries and wounds.
The 82d Airborne Division’s mission is to “deploy worldwide within 18 hours of notification, execute a parachute assault, conduct combat operations, and win.” Seizing an airfield is critical to the success of their combat operations.
Airfield seizures are executed to secure key terrain that can be used to create a lodgment that will enable the continuous flow of combat power and supplies into an area of operations.
www.almc.army.mil /alog/issues/MarApr04/Airfield_Seizure_Combat.htm   (2353 words)

 Airfield 4-H Center   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Located on the banks of beautiful Airfield Lake in Sussex County, near Wakefield, Virginia, the secluded 218 acre natural setting is only a short drive from Richmond, Williamsburg and Tidewater, Virginia, where you can "get away" without having to "go away".
Airfield 4-H Conference Center, a uniquely designed and beautifully different multi-purpose conference facility has one primary goal-- to meet your needs and make your function productive and enjoyable.
For more information about the Airfield 4-H Conference Center, please write to 15189 Airfield Road, Wakefield, Va 23888 or call (757) 899-4901.
www.ext.vt.edu /resources/4h/airfield   (199 words)

 RYE Airfield
If your group is interested incoming to Rye Airfield, contact us at (603) 964-2800 and we will set you up with a group letter and group waiver so you can be sure that everyone in your group can skate or ride.
It used to be an airport, the land was used to as a landing strip for small planes.
Rye Airfield is named for the landing strip it was built on.
www.ryeairfield.com /inside(faq).html   (1816 words)

 How Green Is Your Airfield?
Care of your airfield and environment will benefit wildlife over a wide area and will create a site of natural beauty for all to see and enjoy.
Wildlife quickly adapts to an airfield environment but pilots must be alert to the possible appearance of deer, other mammals and birds which could be a collision risk.
Birds and Mammals to share your airfield with include hares, foxes, badgers and deer, as well as a proliferation of insects, butterflies and moths of all descriptions, to say nothing of skylarks, swallows and other small birds.
www.gaac.co.uk /planning/howgreen.htm   (840 words)

 Airfield Threat
The public presentation was accompanied by an attractive photograph of how it might look, alongside, for comparison, a photograph taken of wasteland outside the airfield fence to represent what it looks like at present.
With some lateral thinking, the airfield could be part of an imaginative transport infrastructure while retaining its historical and aviation association.
This airfield is part of our heritage; it is part of our history, for the Battle of Britain ranks with Waterloo for the Army and Trafalgar for the Navy, dates and battles that are immortal.
www.removablemedia.com /northweald/airfield1.htm   (657 words)

Airfield Review is circulated exclusively to subscribing members of Airfield Research Group and is not available for purchase elsewhere.
A small number of copies are donated to official bodies such as the libraries of the Royal Air Force Museum and the Ministry of Defence.
Book reviews relating to airfield publications are another regular feature of the journal, frequently highlighting "amateur" publications rarely notified elsewhere..
www.airfield-research-group.co.uk /airfield_review.htm   (409 words)

 The Davis-Monthan Airfield Page of the Davis-Monthan Airfield Register Website
It is a utilitarian, well-built structure, with sliding doors on the north and south sides, and a glass block facade on the northwest.
In 1925, two years before Davis-Monthan Airfield came to be, the U.S. Air Service dispatched Army Staff Sgt. Dewey Simpson to Tucson to set up a refueling station for transcontinental flights that landed at the remote desert outpost.
The Tucson Citizen of 11/01/25 records the naming of the airfield after two local aviators, Lieutenant Samuel Howard Davis, who was killed in a training accident in Arcadia, FL on 12/28/21, and Lieutenant Oscar Monthan, killed at Luke Field, Hawaii on 3/27/24.
www.dmairfield.com /places/davismonthan/index.htm   (2406 words)

 Luscombe Airfield
A Caribou airfield would not require the full 3,000 feet which was available, so it was decided to attempt to construct the field to meet requirements of MACV criteria for limited use by C130 aircraft.
Water was distributed and the airfield was rolled in pre-dawn darkness to minimize evaporation losses and to exploit overnight condensation.
Pre-fabricated metal airfield matting was laid over a plastic membrane to give a waterproof, dust free, parking and working area in the shelter of the rubber plantation.
www.161recceflt.org.au /Airfield/luscombe_airfield.htm   (2466 words)

 Sherman Airfield   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The airfield is located on Ft. Leavenworth, approximately one-mile north of the City of Leavenworth.
Although this is a military airfield, civilian access is unlimited.
Sherman Army Airfield has Runway 15-33 that is 5905' x 100' and is capable of accepting wheel loads beginning at 32,000 lbs.
www.lvks.org /sherman_airfield.htm   (221 words)

The Airfield Firefighter job family has three levels of work which are distinguished by the complexity of job assignments, the extent of responsibility assigned for a specific airport or airfield, the level of expertise required for completion of assigned tasks, and the responsibility assigned for providing leadership to others.
At this level employees perform all duties associated with airfield firefighting in a training status while continuing to build their skills in fire protection, firefighting and rescue procedures.
This is the career level of the job family where employees are assigned duties and responsibilities at the full-performance level and perform a variety of tasks involving enforcing fire protection laws, rules and regulations, maintaining the fire station and assigned equipment and safeguarding life and property at a state airfield or airport.
www.opm.state.ok.us /jfd/j-specs/j33.htm   (1231 words)

 Uetersen Airfield (Germany - Schleswig-Holstein) EDHE
Uetersen airfield lies North of the river Elbe in Schleswig-Holstein (the most Northerly of the German federal states), West of the city of Hamburg.
The airfield ground belongs to the German state and is leased to the company that runs the airfield.
The entrance to our airfield is from the B431 road between the villages Holm (to the South) and Heist (to the North).
www.segelflug.de /vereine/pinneberg/e_edhe.html   (506 words)

 Expeditionary Airfield (EAF)
The Expeditionary Airfield (EAF) is a shorebased, aviation weapons support system which permits deployment of landing force aircraft within effective range of ground forces.
The goal of the EAF is to provide the Marine Air Ground Task Forces (MAGTF) with a flexible capability to rapidly deploy and establish survivable, self-sustaining airfields in support of the Aviation Combat Element (ACE) for employment in an expeditionary operation.
Airfields can be constructed and then picked up, after the completion of their mission, and moved to another site for re-installation as the battle moves.
www.lakehurst.navy.mil /nlweb/EAF   (285 words)

 Hue Citadel Airfield
The airfield was the base camp for the elite Hac Boa (Black Panther) ranger company, the personal body guard for the 1st ARVN Divsion commander.
The Hoc Bao made a valiant defense of the airfield during the early hours of the first attack, but then withdrew east to spearhead the defense of the division headquarters.
Directly across the runway from the Trail ramp (in the grass) is the wreakage of the O-1s and O-2s lost in the first hours of the Tet attack.
www.cc.gatech.edu /fac/Thomas.Pilsch/AirOps/hue-airfield.html   (484 words)

 Airfield Dublin Concerts & Live Music - Upcoming Airfield Concerts
Description: Going to Dublin and yet missing Airfield, the most popular tourist attraction for theatre, performing arts, concerts and all sorts of educational, cultural and recreational facilities.
Airfield Trust is located in Dundrum, South County Dublin close to the M50, the Luas line and 20 minutes from the city centre.
It is a private trust and a registered charity, established in 1993 to administer the estate and wishes of the late Letitia and Naomi Overend.
www.dublinevents.com /dublin-concerts/airfield.php   (250 words)

 Airfield Pavements   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Airfield pavements are among the most important facilities at an airport.
If there are no runways for aircraft to land on and takeoff from, no taxiways allowing aircraft to reach the runways, and no aprons provided for aircraft to load/unload passengers and cargo or to refuel, then aircraft operations cannot take place and effectively there is no airport.
Click on the thumbnail to see the layered construction that comprises most airfield pavement structures.
www.tc.gc.ca /CivilAviation/International/Technical/Pavement/important.htm   (450 words)

 Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields: West Texas
The Hudspeth airfield was not depicted at all on USGS topo maps from 1975, 1979, or 1985.
The airfield itself lies on private property and as I did not have permission to enter I was unable to walk the perimeter.
It described the airfield as consisting of a 2,800' square gravel and sod field.
www.airfields-freeman.com /TX/Airfields_TX_W.htm   (4223 words)

 Lavenham Airfield
The letters A to O refer to the letters on the map of the airfield (36K) as it used to be during the War.
On both series, the Airfield is at grid reference 9052, and Lavenham is at 9249.
If you're interested in Lavenham Airfield, you might be interested in the website for the nearby Rougham Airfield, which includes details of their forthcoming events.
www.lavenham.co.uk /airfield   (504 words)

 Nemacolin Woodlands Resort - Airfield
Located in Farmington, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, our private airfield is of restricted usage, subject to prior approval and reservations made with the Security Department of Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
Nemacolin's airfield is located 62 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, Lat: 39.48' 40.76" Lon: -79.32' 36.14", 13 DME miles from the Indianhead VORTAC on the 227 radial.
Please note the airfield code is P A 8 8.
www.nemacolin.com /nem_cms.asp?SectionID=57   (345 words)

 Pauanui Beach Airfield - NZUN
The purpose of this site is to promote safe flight operations within the Pauanui Beach area, to provide a means for airfield users to communicate with the owner and operator of the airfield and with each other, and to encourage pilots and their friends and families to visit us here in Pauanui.
The newsletters will be available on the downloads page or you can subscribe to the newsletter by sending me a short email at bryan@pauanuibeach.com.
Rabbits continue to cause considerable damage to the airfield by digging holes that are big enough to damage less sturdy aircraft.
airfield.pauanuibeach.com   (373 words)

 Crete Campaign Pt. 1 - Maleme Airfield
The initial German attack came on May 20th, with the 7th Airborne Division parachuting in to capture the airfields of Maleme and Hania in the morning with a 2nd air drop in the afternoon at the airfields of Heraklion and Rethymnon.
Once the airfields were captured, gliders would then bring in the remainder of the initial airborne forces.
Only at Maleme had the Germans made it to the airfield and were pressing hard against Hill 107, the main defense point of the airfield.
www.wizards.com /default.asp?x=ah/aam/ah20060504c   (946 words)

 Airfield Museum
North Weald Airfield Museum is situated at what was the main entrance of the famous Battle of Britain Fighter base - RAF North Weald.
The museum also tells the story of the unique Obelisk, which was erected in 1952 by the people of Norway, to show their gratitude to the people of North Weald, and to commemorate the Norwegian airmen who were based at the airfield during the Second World.
Similarly, the graves of some of the airmen and other service personnel, killed in enemy attacks on the airfield or after having taken off from North Weald, in one corner of the airfield at North Weald Parish Church, is an extremely moving experience.
www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk /leisure_and_culture/leisure_services/north_weald_airfield/nwa_museum.asp   (409 words)

 Ridgewell Airfield and it's surrounding villages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
But for three long years it was at the forefront of the greatest air battle ever fought to rid the European continent of Nazi domination.
This site portrays the history of Ridgewell Airfield, from it's construction through it's wartime operations to the present day.
The airfield was built on land which extended into the villages of Tilbury, Ovington, Ridgewell and Ashen.
www.ridgewell-airfield.org.uk /index.htm   (127 words)

 Airfield House and Farm. Airfield Trust.
An extensive arts programme embraces concerts, theatre, exhibitions and a variety of workshops.Education forms the core of Airfield's remit and ethos.
It is a place of learning, for raising awareness on topics such as the environment, farming and food issues.
There are a whole range of nightclasses to chose from at Airfield including Guitar and Pilaties.
www.airfield.ie   (722 words)

 Airfield Models - Radio Control Flying Aircraft and Display Models
Airfield Models - Radio Control Flying Aircraft and Display Models
Airfield Models is my personal web site for model builders and those who appreciate the art of model building.
A job is how I pay for it.
www.airfieldmodels.com   (218 words)

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