Talk:Naval Air Station Brunswick

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"...Base Realignment and Closure committee found that there would be economic benefits in closing the base and removing all forces." Economic benefits for whom? Should there be an alternate POV on this subject, or reactions from the surrounding community? - TJLink 00:31, 6 February 2007 (UTC)

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{Request Edit} The following information (that I (Richard A. Watson, Jr., SK2, US Navy and attached to the Family Service Center at Naval Air Station, Brunswick ME from April 1986 to August 1988) added on 20 November 2012 and reflected a visit to the (former) Family Service shortly before that date and was direct contact with one of the (then current) tenants of the former Family Service Center. It was not made with any intent of making profit for myself only of sharing an update on the use of the former Base Chapel.

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"... I (Richard Watson) went back to the (former) NAS Brunswick in November 2012 (where I had been stationed from April 1986 to August 1988 as a US Navy Storekeeper at the Family Service Center) and was advised (by an employee of the Maine Technology Institute located in the former Family Service Center) that plans are underway to convert the (former) Base Chapel into a Museum. Please contact for additional information on these plans and to find out how to make a donation to the Museum. ..."

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Today (2 February 2016), while checking on another (unrelated) story, I went check your entry the Naval Air Station and found that my entry (noted above) had been edited by "Neutralis" as per the following entry: "... edited by Neutralis (talk | contribs) at 21:11, 8 December 2012 (→‎Closure: Remove non-relevant advertisement.). ..."

In closing, my intent (when I made my post) was a way to reach out to any of the MANY Veterans who had been attached to the Base (either as a member of the Station itself or to any of the Squadrons) to share their memories of the Base.

I can be reached (via e-mail) at

Richard Watson FFV1607 (talk) 01:12, 3 February 2016 (UTC)