List of United States Naval Air Stations

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A United States Naval Air Station is a military airbase, and consists of a permanent land-based operations locations for the naval aviation division of the United States Navy.

Active U.S. Naval Air Stations[edit]

  • California:
Naval Air Station Lemoore
Naval Air Station North Island (Coronado)
  • Florida:
Naval Air Station Jacksonville
Naval Air Station Key West
Naval Air Station Pensacola
Naval Air Station Whiting Field (Milton)
  • Maryland:
Naval Air Station Patuxent River - Patuxent River, Maryland
  • Mississippi:
Naval Air Station Meridian - Meridian, Mississippi
  • Nevada:
Naval Air Station Fallon - Fallon, Nevada
  • Texas:
Naval Air Station Corpus Christi
Naval Air Station Kingsville
  • Virginia:
Naval Air Station Oceana - Oceana, Virginia
  • Washington:
Naval Air Station Whidbey Island - Oak Harbor, Washington
  • Other:
Naval Air Station Sigonella - Sicily, Italy

U.S. Naval Air Stations consolidated into Active U.S. Naval Stations or Naval Bases (airfield active)[edit]

Naval Station Norfolk - Norfolk, Virginia (former Naval Air Station Norfolk)
Naval Station Mayport - Mayport, Florida (former Naval Air Station Mayport, former Naval Air Facility Mayport)
Naval Base Ventura County - Oxnard, California (Naval Air Station Point Mugu)
Naval Station Guantanamo - Guantanamo, Cuba (former Naval Air Station Guantanamo)
Naval Station Rota - Rota, Spain[1]

Functioning Reserve U.S. Naval Air Stations[edit]

As well as many airports and airbases around the country.

Naval Air Facilities[edit]

Former U.S. Naval Air Stations consolidated/realigned into other active naval installations (airfield active, partially active or inactive)[edit]

Naval Activities with an active airfield[edit]

Former U.S. Naval Air Stations realigned as U.S. Marine Corps Air Stations[edit]

Transferred to U.S. Marine Corps as Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay
Transferred to U.S. Marine Corps and realigned as Marine Corps Air Station Miramar
Transferred to U.S. Marine Corps and realigned as Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni[citation needed]

Former U.S. Naval Air Stations[edit]


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  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x Van Wyen, Adrian O. (1969). Naval Aviation in World War I. Washington, D.C.: Chief of Naval Operations. pp. 33, 44–45, 60–61, 64–65, 80–81&88.