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Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Squadron Operations Building, Delaware Street, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, NY

Plattsburgh Air Force Base, Squadron Operations Building, Delaware Street, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, NY

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Significance: It included space for squadron-level planning, briefing, administration, and critique of combat crews. Space was also provided for the care, storage, and issue of flying clothing and equipment for each crewmember, including parachutes, survival kits, life rafts, anti-exposure suits, arctic clothing, life preservers, transceivers radios, and oxygen masks. Space was provided for the Operations officer to direct the flight operations and tactical functions of the squadron...
Survey number: HAER NY-326-CN



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Plattsburgh (N.Y.)44.66466, -73.46500
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