Marine Corps Air Station El Toro (ICAO: KNZJ, FAA LID: NZJ) was a United States Marine Corps Air Station located near Irvine, California.. Before it was decommissioned in 1999, it was the 4,682-acre (19 km 2) home of Marine Corps aviation on the West Coast.Designated as a Master Jet Station, its four runways (two of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) and two of 10,000 feet (3,000 m)) could handle the ...
Historic California Posts, Camps Stations and Airfields Marine Corps Air Station, El Toro MCAS El Toro by M.L. Shettle, Jr. In May 1942, LCol.
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Having lived in El Toro from 1988-2001, I can remember driving around the El Toro MCAS (Marine Corps Air Station) and seeing the base housing.
On January 22, 1991, in the backyard of his base house at MCAS, El Toro, CA. Colonel Sabow was found by his wife, dead from a gunshot wound to his head.
The Marine Corps Tactical Data System Test Unit (MTDSTU) at El Toro, CA was incorporated into MACS-3 circa late-1960. - - - -
Historic California Posts, Camps Stations and Airfields Marine Corps Air Station, Tustin (Naval Air Station, Santa Ana; Marine Corps Air Facility, Santa Ana)
Marine Corps and the. Soviet Union. by John Armstrong. On October 15, 1956 HARVEY Oswald was interviewed in preparation for his enlistment in the Marine Corps.
Activated Dec 1, 1943, at Quantico, Virginia, as Marine Observation Squadron 351. It was to be the "eyes" for Marine Artillery units in the Pacific.
HMLA-773's lineage began in June 1968 when Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 765 (HMM-765) arrived at Naval Air Station Atlanta with 7 officers, 12 enlisted men, and a single Sikorsky UH-34D helicopter.