USS Lexington (CVT-16), Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md.
What does NASPR stand for?
NASPR stands for Naval Air Station Patuxent River
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Samples in periodicals archive:
When it came time to plan this, we wanted to see how we could capitalize on the Navy's new recruiting slogan, 'accelerate your life,'" said CAPT Pat Hovatter, Naval Air Station Patuxent River commanding officer.
Each plane will fly approximately 50 sorties to validate flying characteristics before heading for Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md.
As part of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division aboard Naval Air Station Patuxent River in southern Maryland, the Naval Force Aircraft Test Squadron, or "Force," is one of the Navy's premier aircraft developmental test and evaluation squadrons.