Monomoy Island Gunnery Range
|Monomoy Island Gunnery Range|
|Part of United States Air Force|
|Controlled by||State of Massachusetts|
The Monomoy Island Gunnery Range was a former Air Force gunnery range for aviators, located on Monomoy Island, in Chatham, Massachusetts and in use c. 1942-1950. The site was principally used for machine gun target practice, and bullets and fragments can still be found on the refuge. After 1950, Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge was established to provide habitat for migrating birds.
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- "Monomoy Island Army/Air Force Gunnery Range" (PDF). United States Army Corps of Engineers. Retrieved 20 July 2013.