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 Naval Air Museum (the best in the world)-16th Century Forts
Naval Air Station Pensacola offers visitors a unique opportunity to see the United States Navy - its past and present.
Naval Air Station Pensacola was on the road to becoming "The Cradle of Naval Aviation." Throughout the following years there were many changes and advances in aircraft design
The Naval Air Station at Pensacola is an active and well maintained historical site. /004-Pages/Pensacola/04-D-Pensacola.html

 Naval Air Station Pensacola
Realizing the advantages of the Pensacola harbor and the large timber reserves nearby for shipbuilding, President John Quincy Adams and Secretary of the Navy Samuel Southard, in 1825, made arrangements to build a Navy yard on the Southern tip of Escambia County, where the air station is today.
Today, the Pensacola Naval Complex in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties employs more than 9,600 military and 6,800 civilian personnel.
Pensacola is located in extreme Northwest Florida, 60 minutes east of Mobile, Al, 45 minutes west of Ft Walton Beach, Fl, and 500 miles from Orlando, FL.(home of Disney World). /military/facility/pensacola.htm

 The Military Zone - Military Benefits, Military Loans, Military Information
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 Naval Hospital Pensacola, Florida Internet Web Site
is putting “quality” back into the lives of many of its patients at Naval Hospital Pensacola; and now, for the first time since its inception, has found a roomy new home within the military medical facility.
For ‘Dottie’ Berling, most aspects of the 12-week outpatient rehabilitation program are very familiar.
So familiar in fact that she now assists with educating and sharing information, in her own ‘Queen of Comedy’ routines, with the program’s “newbies” – all over the age of 50.

 Vice President's Remarks in Pensacola, Florida
Just a few miles from here is the Naval Air Station Whiting Field and, of course, the Naval Air Station Pensacola.
We supported them with tactical leadership and air strikes and the Pakistanis provided as many as 100,000 troops to guard the border.
It's great to be back in Pensacola, America's first settlement. /news/releases/2004/10/20041026-18.html / Sports / Baseball / Red Sox / From sea to pining sea, members of Red Sox Nation root on a dream
"These guys are good fans," said Dill, who works at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., but was in St. Louis on a Navy recruiting trip.
Instead, he got a steady dose of Midwestern hospitality, including a handshake from Hrabosky, who was known as the Mad Hungarian during his playing days because of his long hair, wild beard, and intimidating glare on the mound. /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2004/10/25/from_sea_to_pining_sea_members_of_red_sox_nation_root_on_a_dream

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The damages and major setbacks of Hurricane Ivan aren't preventing Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) from hosting the annual Christmas Party for 120 selected school children from the Pensacola area.
Advancement examination worksheet verification and signing, which is mandatory, will be held at the Educational Services Office (ESO) PSD Pensacola (640 Roberts Avenue Building #502 onboard NCC Corry Station) weekdays Dec. 1-17 from 9 a.m.
The United Service Organization (USO) is currently working from their office at the Pensacola Regional Airport and can be reached at 433-2475.

 U.S. Navy: Navy Bases and Air Stations in the U.S.
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base New Orleans
Naval Station San Diego 3455 Senn Rd, Rm 108
Navy facilities within the U.S. This is a list of major bases and air stations within the United States. /navpalib/bases/navbases.html

 Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Fla.
Navy > Installations > US - Naval Air Stations > Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Fla.
She was at Whiting Field Naval Air Station near...
Are there any female veterans who were stationed at NAS Pensacola in 1966? /HomePage/UnitCreatedPage/0,11003,203151,00.html

 Bird Checklists of the United States
Welcome to Naval Air Station, Pensacola, located along the Gulf of Mexico in the panhandle of Northwest Florida.
Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida Area Road Map
Discovered by Spanish explores in 1559, Pensacola became the home of the Navy Yard in 1825, and the nations first Naval Air Station in 1914, - the 'Cradle of Naval Aviation.' /resource/othrdata/chekbird/r4/navapens.htm

 Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory
The laboratory dates back to 1939, when aeromedical research was a function of the Pensacola Naval Air Station Medical Department.
is located at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida.
The laboratory's mission is to conduct research and development in aviation medicine and allied sciences to enhance the health, safety, and readiness of Navy and Marine Corps personnel.

 Home Gosport
The Pensacola News Journal is a private firm in no way connected with the Department
Department of the Navy or NAS Pensacola endorsement of products or services advertiser.
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 Navy Lodge Pensacola Naval Air Station
This street becomes Navy Boulevard and ends at the Naval Air Station
Free local telephone calls, hairdryer, highchair, free daily in-room coffee, ice, rollaways, free daily newspaper, snack vending, fully equipped kitchenette (dishes, pans, etc.), Cable TV(HBO), picnic grounds, playground, air conditioning, FAX/Copy service, microwave, radio/clock, cribs, dining table, irons/ironing boards, on-site laundry facilities, gulf view, video rental available at front desk, beach.
National Museum of Naval Aviation, Light House Point Restaurant and Lounge, beach, walking/jogging trails, golf course, pro-shop, bay fishing. /united_states/florida/pensacola.html

 Defense Base Realignment and Closure Budget Data for Naval Air TechnicalTraining Center, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida - Storming Media
This report provides the results of the audit of 19 projects, valued at $288.9 million, for the realignment of the Naval Air Technical Training Center from Naval Air Station Memphis, Tennessee, to Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida.
Defense Base Realignment and Closure Budget Data for Naval Air TechnicalTraining Center, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida
Abstract: The overall audit objective was to determine the accuracy of Defense base realignment and closure military construction budget data. /63/6315/A631573.html

 Replacement Commissary Construction Project for the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida - Storming Media
This quick reaction report discusses the requirement for the replacement facility for Naval Air Station Pensacola.
Replacement Commissary Construction Project for the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida- Storming Media
Replacement Commissary Construction Project for the Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida /84/8464/A846473.html

The site of the current Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola opened as the Navy’s first flying school in 1913, only two years after the Navy purchased its first aircraft, the A1 Triad, from Glenn Curtis.
In 1917, in the middle of American involvement in World War I, the Pensacola site was officially designated as a Naval Air Station.
NAS Pensacola also is the site of the National Museum of Naval Aviation, one of the finest air museums in the world. /nasp.htm   (789 words)

 Bird Checklists of the United States
Welcome to Naval Air Station, Pensacola, located along the Gulf of Mexico in the panhandle of Northwest Florida.
Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida Area Road Map
Discovered by Spanish explores in 1559, Pensacola became the home of the Navy Yard in 1825, and the nations first Naval Air Station in 1914, - the 'Cradle of Naval Aviation.' /resource/othrdata/chekbird/r4/navapens.htm   (550 words)

The land-plane facility at Naval Air Station Pensacola was Chevalier Field, which was small and inadequate for pilot training of such magnitude.
Whiting Field was the largest of Pensacola’s auxiliary airfields, actually consisting of two separate airfields—North Whiting and South Whiting.
The outlying fields (OLF’s) used by the training units at Whiting Field included the airfields at Brewton and Evergreen, Alabama, and the present site of the Pensacola Regional Airport. /whiting.htm   (550 words)

 Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Fla.
Looking for anyone stationed at NAS Pensacola from 1972 until 1974 and NAS Miramar from 1974 until 1975.
The need to project naval power came with this role, and in turn a requirement for extensive shore establishments to support a global fleet presence.
Looking for david stevens who was at pensacola and miramar.early mid 1980's any assitance you can offer would be grratly appreciated. /HomePage/UnitCreatedPage/0,11003,203151,00.html   (232 words)

 The Flagship
The Blue Angels had to cancel due to extensive damage caused by Hurricane Ivan to Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla., the home of the precision flying team.
Tom Keeley, commanding officer of Naval Air Station Oceana, said, “The Blue Angels are a large part of the Oceana Air Show and we regretted they had to cancel, but families come first.
The Oceana Naval Air Station Air Show planned events, including all additional performances, will go on as scheduled. /archives_2004/sep232004_1.shtml   (180 words)

 Saufley Field
Saufley was disestablished as a naval air station on December 1.
It was commissioned in 1943 as a Naval Auxiliary Air Station and was redesignated a Naval Air Station in 1968.
Saufley Field, located about ten miles north of NAS Pensacola and about eight miles west of Pensacola Regional Airport, is used for practice landings and take-offs (“touch and go’s”) by training aircraft from other fields. /military/facility/saufley-field.htm   (180 words)

 Saufley Field
Whiting was redesignated in spring 1948 as an auxiliary air station.
The new field, located 35 miles northeast of Pensacola and six miles north of Milton, was planned to incorporate two individual fields about a mile from one another with base facilities located between the two.
In attendance at the South Field ceremony was the recent widow of CAPT Kenneth Whiting, Naval Aviator No. 16, for whom the field was named. /Whiting.htm   (180 words)

 Retiree Information
Pensacola Naval Air Station Marina, Pensacola, FL 850-452-4152
Atsugi Naval Air Station Golf Course, Atsugi City, Japan 81-46-777-6749
Atsugi Naval Air Station Navy Lodge, Atsugi City, Japan 81-468-1950x6880 /jarrettm42/retiree_info.htm   (180 words)

 Naval Air Station Pensacola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Naval Air Station Pensacola, "The Cradle of Naval Aviation", is a United States Navy base located in Warrington, Florida, a community southwest of the Pensacola city limits.
The Korea War presented problems as the military was caught in the midst of transition from propellers to jets, and the air station revised its courses and training techniques.
The Naval Air Basic Training Command was absorbed by the Naval Air Training Command, which moved to NAS Corpus Christi. /wiki/Naval_Air_Station_Pensacola   (1057 words)

 Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District -- Aviation: From Sand Dunes to Sonic Booms: A National Register of Historic Places Travel Itinerary
Pensacola Naval Air Station was the United States' first permanent naval air station, the first Navy pilot training center and the first naval installation to send pilots into combat.
Pensacola Naval Air Station Historic District, a National Historic Landmark, consists of 55 historic structures on 82 acres roughly bounded by Soufley St., Jaynes, Ave., and East Ave.
In 1911 the Navy secured an appropriation from Congress for a naval air service and within two years Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels ordered the creation of the first permanent naval air station at Pensacola, Florida, where the climate favored year-round flying. /nr/travel/aviation/pen.htm   (458 words)

 Pensacola Naval Air Station
Pensacola Naval Air Station began its existence in Florida in 1826, with the establishment of the Pensacola Navy Yard.
Most of the aviators were Annapolis graduates and the naval station became known as "Annapolis of the Air." With the inauguration of the cadet-training program in 1935, Pensacola again was a bustling aviation-training base.
Pensacola Naval Air Station is home to Chief of Naval Education and Training, Navy Demonstration Squadron (Blue Angels); Training Air Wing 6; Naval Aerospace Medical Institute; and Naval Aviation Schools Command. /dspbasemain.cfm   (497 words)

 Naval Air Station Pensacola - The Cradle of Navy Aviation
Naval Air Station Pensacola - The Cradle of Navy Aviation
Despite the fact that Combined Federal Campaign organizers started planning the first CFC 5k race onboard Pensacola Naval Air Station only a month ago, the results easily eclipsed their expectations.
The Navy's elite Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angles, will soon be closing the 2005 season with a grand finale performance aboard Naval Air Station Pensacola (NASP) on November 11th and 12th.   (914 words)

 U.S. Naval Chronology Of W.W.II, 1943
Naval Air Training command is established at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. Japanese naval vessel sunk: Destroyer FUYO, by submarine PUFFER (SS-268), Philippine Islands area, 14 d.
Naval airship K-74 is shot down by a German submarine in the Florida Straits; this is the only naval airship lost to enemy action.
Naval vessels on hand (all types).....18,493 Personnel: Navy................1,741,750 Marine Corps..........310,994 Coast Guard...........154,976 Total personnel.....2,207,720 United States naval vessel sunk: Attack transport MCCAWLEY (APA-4), damaged by enemy submarine torpedo and sunk by United States motor torpedo boat, New Georgia, Solomon Islands, 08 d. /Naval/1943.htm   (914 words)

 VPNAVY - VP-33 Shipmates Summary Page - VP Patrol Squadron
From March 1936 until May 1937, he was assigned to Pensacola Naval Air Station in Floridafor Naval Aviation Pilot training.
Except for a temporary duty assignment at San Diego Naval Air Stationin June 1933, Needham served on Memphis until August 1934.
Aviation General Utility training followed at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, and in February 1931 he was assigned to Hampton Roads Naval Air Station for duty. /vp33n_shipmates.html   (914 words)

 Naval Flight School Naval Air Station Pensacola Florida
Naval Air Station Pensacola complex and one of the largest buildings in northwest...
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Naval Fighter Weapons School) Naval Air Station Miramar... /navalflightschoolnavalairstationpensacolaflorida.html   (914 words)

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