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]

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.