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
Looking north east across barracks, the airplane parking area, with a portion of the runway at the top left.
To the left are buildings 14 & 15. In the center is buildings 11 & 12. On the right is building 8, with part of building 6 (including the control tower) showing at the far right. (All building numbers are from the photo on Page 2)
Looking south, and slightly to the east. Just to the left of the road is bulding #6 (including the control tower), with building #7 (the administrative building) behind it.
On the right is building 8. On the far left is a portion of building 5, which is an M & E hangar. East Ave runs near the top edge of the photo.
Biplanes and Naval personnel lined up for inspection.
A & R building (#1) on far left, followed by the M & E hangars (#4 & 5).
Looking south east.
Another shot of biplanes and Naval personnel. Looking east.
Looking west, toward Livermore, with Vasco road somewhat in front of the trees..
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