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Naval Air Station, Lakehurst.


Naval Air Station, Lakehurst.

Pace, Kevin et al.

Arcadia Publishing


128 pages



Images of America


The naval air station in Lakehurst, New Jersey, grew from a gas warfare proving ground in WWI to the focal point of lighter-than-air operations in the US. B&w photographs and detailed captions from the archives of the Navy Lakehurst Historical Society chronicle the people and machinery of the base's 85-year history and showcase its contributions to the development of aviation and national defense. The author is affiliated with the Navy Lakehurst Historical Society. There is no subject index.

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