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Bird's Eye View of Army and Navy Air Base, North Island
Associated Press
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Image documenting the Early History of Naval Air Station North Island and the U.S. Army's Rockwell Field
AP caption on back of photo: Army Deserts North Island Air Base. San Diego, Calif. , Oct. 17 - The above photo shows North Island, shared by the Army and Navy as an air base, will be deserted by the Army Oct. 25 when the 19th Bambardment Group leaves for its new home at March Field, Riverside. View shows Navy quarters on North Island in the foreground with Army Narracks in middle foreground and on left. The Navy Air Forces will have exclusive use of the base in the future.
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