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Historic California Posts, Stations and Airfields
Santa Rosa Army Air Field
 
During World War II, the Army developed Santa Rosa's existing municipal airport as an Combat Crew Training Station. Often confused for Naval Auxiliary Air Station/Naval Outlying Field, Santa Rosa located seven miles to the southeast. Today, that airfield, Sonoma County Airport, serves as Santa Rosa's municipal airport.
 
 
Known Units at Santa Rosa AAF
 
433rd Army Air Forces Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter)


UPDATED 20 April 2008

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