Livermore Naval Air Station
|Previous Page||Page 1 - The station
from the air
Page 2 - Building maps
Page 3 - Aircraft and cadets on the tarmac.
Page 4 - Hangars
Page 5 - Aircraft in flight
Page 6 - Parades
Page 7 - Life at the air Station
Page 8 - Life at the air Station (2)
Page 9 - Naval Reserves at Livermore NAS
This picture was taken from the air toward the north west, at the eastern end of the air station. The hangar (building at top) is Building #4 on page 2. The building in the center of this photo is building #2. It is hard to make out in the "buildings" photo. It is NOT the building #1, but sits south east of the hangar, and blends in with the sidewalks in the "buildings" photo.
A mixture of biplanes and single wing planes can be seen near the hangar. There appears to be a lot of construction material around.
This appears to be the construction of training aircraft. This hangar is most likely the same as the one in the above photo (building #4). The windows match.
M & E Hangars (Building #4 on page 2)
A & R Building (Building #1 on page 2)
Inside of the A & R Building. Planes on far left are under construction. The top middle is an overlap of another photo.
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