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Naval Air Station Jacksonville (Fla.)

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Variants United States. Navy. Naval Air Station Jacksonville United States. Naval Air Station Jacksonville NAS Jacksonville NAS JAX (Fla.) Sources found: NAS JAX, c1990:t.p. (NAS JAX; Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida) found: Florida in World War I, January 16, 2018(Off the banks of the St. Johns River near Jacksonville, Florida lies the Naval Air Station Jacksonville (NAS Jacksonville). The NAS Jacksonville was named in 1940, but the base has a rich history that dates back to 1908. During World War I, the base was known as camp Joseph E. Johnston as it served the United States Army as a training base for soldiers.) -

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The William P. and Wendy B. Lawrence Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2021-06-14
Content Description The William P. and Wendy B. Lawrence Collection is a small collection consisting of photographs related to Vice Admiral William P. Lawrence's Navy career dating from about 1932-1959 and a document read in space by Wendy Lawrence on Space Shuttle Mission STS-114 in 2005.The photographs from Vice Admiral Lawrence's military service are all black-and-white prints of official U.S. Navy photographs, most dated 1958-1959. Most were taken by Light Photographic Squadron 62 (VFP-62)....

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