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20 Sep 1942

Philippines
  • USAAF 2nd Search Attack Squadron, operating B-18 Bolo bombers, arrived at Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
6 Oct 1942

Philippines
  • USAAF 4th Antisubmarine Squadron, operating B-18 Bolo bombers, arrived at Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
9 Oct 1942

Philippines
  • USAAF 4th Antisubmarine Squadron departed Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
21 Oct 1942

Philippines
  • USAAF 2nd Search Attack Squadron departed Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
31 Oct 1942

Philippines
  • USAAF 1st Bombardment Squadron departed Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
20 Apr 1943

Philippines
  • USAAF 851st Bombardment Squadron, operating B-18 Bolo bombers, arrived at Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
12 Jul 1943

Philippines
  • USAAF 59th Bombardment Squadron, operating B-18 Bolo bombers, arrived at Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
20 Jul 1943

Philippines
  • USAAF 851st Bombardment Squadron, operating B-18 Bolo bombers, departed Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
1 Aug 1943

Philippines
  • The headquarters of USAAF 25th Bombardment Group departed from Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
5 Aug 1943

Philippines
  • The USAAF 23rd Antisubmarine Squadron, operation A-29 Hudson aircraft, arrived at Edinburgh Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
1 Oct 1943

Philippines
3 Nov 1943

Philippines
24 Dec 1943

Philippines
  • The USAAF 23rd Antisubmarine Squadron departed Carlsen Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
7 Feb 1944

Philippines
  • USAAF 35th Bombardment Squadron, operating B-25 Mitchell bombers, arrived in Carlsen Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
24 Mar 1944

Philippines
  • USAAF 35th Bombardment Squadron departed Carlsen Field in Trinidad. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
26 Mar 1948

Philippines
  • Carlsen Field in Trinidad was renamed Carlsen Air Force Base by the US Department of the Air Force General Order Number 10. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
28 May 1949

Philippines
  • Carlsen Air Force Base in Trinidad was transferred to the US Navy and was redesignated NAF (LTA) Carlsen Field. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]
10 Jan 1950

Philippines
  • NAF (LTA) Carlsen Field in Trinidad was decommissioned from service. ww2dbase [Carlsen Field | Chaguanas | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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