Texas World War II Army Airfields

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Texas World War II Army Airfields
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Texas World War II Army Airfields is located in Texas
Map Of Texas World War II Army Airfields
TypeArmy Airfields
Site history
In use1940-Present

During World War II, the United States Army Air Forces established numerous airfields in Texas for training pilots and aircrews. The amount of available land and the temperate climate made Texas a prime location for year-round military training. By the end of the war, 65 Army airfields were built in the state.[1]


World War Name[2] Current Name
Abilene Army Air Field Dyess Air Force Base
Aloe Army Air Field abandoned
Amarillo Army Air Field Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport
Avenger Army Air Field Avenger Field
Bergstrom Army Air Field Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
Big Spring Army Air Field Big Spring McMahon-Wrinkle Airport
Biggs Field Biggs Army Airfield
Blackland Army Air Field Waco Regional Airport
Brooks Field Brooks Air Force Base (Closed 30 September 2011)
Brownwood Army Air Field Brownwood Regional Airport
Bryan Army Air Field Texas A&M Flight Test Station Airport
Caddo Mills Aux#1 (Majors) Caddo Mills Municipal Airport[3]
Childress Army Air Field Childress Municipal Airport
Cox Army Air Field Cox Field
Dalhart Army Air Field Dalhart Municipal Airport
Duncan Field Kelly Air Force Base
Eagle Pass Army Air Field Maverick County Memorial International Airport
El Paso Army Air Field El Paso International Airport
Ellington Field Ellington Field
Fort Worth Army Air Field Carswell Field
Foster Field Victoria Regional Airport
Gainesville Army Air Field Gainesville Municipal Airport
Galveston Army Air Field Scholes Field
Goodfellow Field Goodfellow Air Force Base
Harlingen Army Air Field Valley International Airport
Hensley Field Hensley Field
Hondo Army Air Field Hondo Municipal Airport
Kelly Field Kelly Air Force Base
Laredo Army Air Field Laredo International Airport
Laughlin Army Air Field Laughlin Air Force Base
Love Field Dallas Love Field
Lubbock Army Air Field Reese Technology Center
Majors Army Air Field Majors Airport
Marfa Army Air Field abandoned
Midland Army Air Field Midland International Airport
Moore Field Moore Field Airport
Palacios Army Air Field Palacios Municipal Airport
Pampa Army Air Field abandoned
Pecos Army Air Field Pecos Municipal Airport
Perrin Field Grayson County Airport
Plainview Army Air Field Hale County Airport
Pyote Army Air Field abandoned
Randolph Field Randolph Air Force Base
San Angelo Army Air Field Mathis Field
San Marcos Army Air Field San Marcos Municipal Airport
Sheppard Field Wichita Falls Municipal Airport
South Plains Army Air Field Lubbock International Airport
Temple Army Air Field Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport
Tyler Army Air Field Tyler Pounds Field
Waco Army Air Field TSTC Waco Airport

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Texas in World War II (PDF). Texas Historical Commission. 2005. Retrieved June 7, 2018.
  2. ^ Murdock, Scott D. "WWII Army Air Fields - Database Summary". airforcebase.net. Retrieved June 8, 2018.
  3. ^ "Army and Air Force Flying Fields in the USA". AeroFiles. 2008. Retrieved May 24, 2019.

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