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
Cadets marching July 15, 1943. Looking west down Second Street.. This photo was taken from the top of the administrative building.
The hangars would be behind and to the right, with East Ave parallel to this street, to the left.
This parade picture was taken several minutes before the one above. It is looking north-east. The administrative building is behind the flag. This building is still present at the lab. One of the hangars can be seed to its left.
A different parade. Looking east down Second Street at the administrative building.
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