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Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Hyannis

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Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Hyannis
Barnstable, Massachusetts in United States
Coordinates41°40′10″N 70°16′49″W / 41.66944°N 70.28028°W / 41.66944; -70.28028
Site information
OwnerUnited States Department of Defense
OperatorUnited States Navy
Open to
the public
No
Site history
Built1942 (1942)
In use1945 (1945)
FateTurned over to civilian use
Battles/warsWorld War II
Airfield information
Elevation18 metres (59 ft) AMSL
Runways
Direction Length and surface
6/24 1,219 metres (3,999 ft) Asphalt
9/27 1,219 metres (3,999 ft) Asphalt
15/33 1,219 metres (3,999 ft) Asphalt

Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Hyannis was a United States Navy facility located in Hyannis, Massachusetts operational from 1942 to 1945. It existed as an auxiliary air facility of Naval Air Station Quonset Point.

History

From 1942 to 1943, the facility was operated by the United States Army Air Forces as Hyannis Army Air Field and operated Douglas B-18 Bolo aircraft on anti-submarine patrols under the operational control of Westover Field. In 1943. the United States Navy took control of the facility and trained many aviators.[1]

Redevelopment

Today, the field operates as Barnstable Municipal Airport.[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Massachusetts Naval Air Bases, Coast Guard Bases, Military & Auxiliary Air Fields 1923-1945". Massachusetts Aviation Historical Society. 2011. Retrieved 26 June 2014.

External links

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