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
The Naval Reserves were at the Livermore Naval Air Station for the first six months of 1946. The photos on this page are of Naval Reserve aircraft at the Livermore Naval Air Station. They were provided by Bill Larkins.
Grumman F6F-5 "Hellcat"
Goodyear FG-1D "Corsair"
Curtiss SB2C-4 "Helldiver"
General Motors TBM-3E "Avenger"
Close-up of the Avenger, showing the NAS Livermore marking
This photo shows the TBM Avenger flying low in Livermore at a public open house.
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