|Part of Fourteenth Air Force|
|Guizhou Province, China|
|Controlled by||United States Army Air Forces|
|Battles/wars||China Defensive Campaign 1942-1945|
The airfield was the primary home of the 35th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, which flew unarmed P-38 Lightning photo-reconnaissance aircraft from the airfield beginning in February 1945 until the end of the war. It was also the home of the 23d Fighter Group 76th Fighter Squadron, equipped with P-51 Mustangs in February 1945.
Records indicate this was most likely a very temporary facility, with a compressed earth runway with tents and small wooden buildings used for a support facility. It appears to have been closed and dismantled in September 1945 after the war ended, with the land being returned to agricultural use. The available satellite image of this area of China is very low resolution and it is difficult to determine if any relics of the airfield exist.