Master Jet Base

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A Master Jet Base is a term used by the United States Navy to describe air station installations that are a location with permanent basing and homeporting of carrier air groups, and the provision of one or more auxiliary landing fields for use in concentrated carrier landing practices.[1]

Current operating U. S. Navy Master Jet bases[edit]

Decommissioned former Master Jet Bases[edit]

(decommissioned)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hampton Roads Joint Land Use Study. Hampton Roads, Virginia: Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. 2005.