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NAS Chase Field was open from 1943 to 1993. The site was officially opened as a training base for Naval Air Cadets. It was used as one of three satellite airfields for Corpus Christi NAS.
Location: Beeville, Texas
Latest Activity: Dec 25, 2014
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I reported aboard NAS Chase Field in January of 1990. Became the manager of the auto service center/boating and camping. Knew this was my last duty station. I turned the lights out February of 1993 with everyone else that remained. It was a "trip" to say the least.
I was a member of VT 25. I arrived in Jan 1968 and was transferred to sea duty in July of 69. Funny it was a relatively short stay, but it seemed so long at the time. I have been back once and hardly recognized the town of Beeville. It certainly has grown. Mark Webb has been involved in organizing the "All Hands" reunions and I salute his work. I was not able to attend, but a few of my friends were and they said it was great. I enjoy the Chase Field web pages and the pics. Look forward to hearing from the many friends I made in Texas and will pass the word of this website along to those here and in Jersey, NY, and Pa.
My first duty station. Worked at OMD. SAR and Aircrew for the Base C-47. 1969-1972.
if you are not on Dans Facebook or webpage lists you might consider looking them up. He is ordering Chase field patches and pins for those that want a souviner. Many new members on the pages in the past few months have added a lot more photos. the webpage is posted below. search for Chase Field on facebook.
NAS CHASE FIELD WAS MY FIRST AND ONLY DUTY STATION. I WAS ON BOARD FROM MAY 1982 - SEPT 1984 AND ASSIGNED TO THE AIMD GSE SHOP.
NAS Chase Field was my first duty station, I was stationed there from 1987 - 1991 at the Aviation Support Division (ASD). Chase field was one of the best duty stations I had in my career.
I was assigned to VT-25 from Dec. '77 to March '79. It was my first duty station. I was part of a great squadron. I did one det. to the Lexington. Mark Chambers, AMS2, VT-25
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