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North Carolina Military Bases (1945)

North Carolina Military Bases (1945)

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Published by CAP History Library
North Carolina
North Carolina

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Published by: CAP History Library on Jun 19, 2011
Copyright:Public Domain


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2Camp Lejeune,JacksonvilleMajor Marine Corps training base
 —infantry, armor, artillery, andair defense. Amphibious operations a key training mission.Lake Lure Army AirForce RedistributionRest CampRest camp for returning combat crews.Camp Mackall,HoffmanAirborne training center for parachute and glider troops.Manteo Naval AirStationCarrier fighter aircraft training base.Morehead City NavalStationCoordinated ship repair, sailing schedules, anti-submarinedefense, and salvage.Morris Army AirField, CharlotteAir defense and aircraft maintenance base.Ocracoke NavalStationAnti-submarine patrol base.Pope Army Air Field,Spring LakeAdjacent to Fort Bragg. Troop carrier, glider, and fighter base.Raleigh-DurhamArmy Air FieldAir defense base.Southport NavalStationConducted ship repairs, sailing schedules, anti-submarinedefense, and salvage.Camp Sutton,MonroeArmy combat engineer training base.
North Carolina during World War II on Home Front and Battle Front, 1941–1945
by Dr. John Duvall (Fayetteville: The World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative Committee of the Airborne and Special Operations Museum Foundation, 1996, pp. 67- 68).

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