Historic California Posts, Camps, Stations and Airfields
Survival Training Auxiliary Site, New Hogan Lake
Undated US Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District History
The Survival Training Auxiliary Site was located at New Hogan Lake in Calaveras County, California. The site was acquired prior to 16 May 1967, and consisted of 85.55 fee acres. Records indicate the site was used as a survival training site by the Air Force. Improvements listed were roads, trails, a survival training tower, a classroom building, a generator, chemical latrines, a floating small boat dock and launch ramp, a water tank with pumping and filtering system, a sewage disposal system, 20 cabins, caretakers residence, a softball diamond, and a picnic area.
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Updated 8 February 2016