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Captain Mark McLaughlin, commander of Naval Air Station Kingsville, said in an e-mail that he spent a "considerable amount of time" dealing with the rise of wind farms along the coast, a concern for aircraft radar.
Work will be performed at the following installations: Naval Support Activity Orlando, Orlando, FL; Construction Battalion Center Gulfport, Gulfport, MS; Naval Air Station Meridian, Meridian, MS; Naval Weapons Station Charleston, Charleston, SC; Naval Support Activity Athens, Athens, GA; Naval Support Activity Panama City, Panama City, FL; Naval Air Station Whiting Field, Milton, FL; Naval Air Station Kingsville, Kingsville, TX; and Naval Hospital Charleston, Charleston, SC.
This contract will extend its use to Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas; Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss.
The Naval Air Station Kingsville, a training ground for jet pilots, worries about the turbines interfering with its radar - the spinning machines look like airplanes on the screens of military radar operators.
Those words are particularly significant to the 17 student naval aviators who earned their wings April 7 at Naval Air Station Kingsville and Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss.
NAVAL AIR STATION KINGSVILLE, Texas, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The T-45 Goshawk fleet at Naval Air Station Kingsville has logged its 200,000th flight hour.
The May 30 approval comes after an extensive flight evaluation of Cockpit 21 in a T-45A at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas, and aboard the USS Stennis.
Navy at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas, has been improved with the incorporation of a digital crew station (Cockpit-21) and will be the first trainer in naval aviation history to have such a cockpit.