Master jet base

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In the United States Navy, a master jet base is a naval air station with permanent basing and homeporting of carrier-based tactical jet squadrons (e.g., fighter, strike fighter, attack), carrier air wings, and the provision of one or more jet-capable naval outlying fields or auxiliary landing fields in relatively close proximity for use in concentrated field carrier landing practice (FCLP).[1]

Current operating

Decommissioned

Originally slated as a Master Jet Base, but redirected to other missions (e.g., Maritime Patrol, Training, etc.), then decommissioned

Transferred to another service


References

  1. Hampton Roads Joint Land Use Study (PDF). Hampton Roads, Virginia: Hampton Roads Planning District Commission. 2005.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>