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Members of the 143d Maintenance Group marshall a C-130J-30 into its parking spot on the flightline at Quonset Air National Guard Base, North Kingstown, Rhode Island, during a ceremony to celebrate the arrival of the eight C-130J-30 to arrive at the 143d Airlift Wing completing the fleet for the Wing. 15 Jun 2007. Photo: USAF MSgt John McDonald

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3 thoughts on “Quonset State Airport/Air National Guard

    1. Hello, David. Quonset has very few outgoing flights so it’s not possible to predict what flights may be available at any given time. We recommend you call them to see what they can offer. Their contact info is listed above. Thanks!

  1. I visited the base one day and with a two day notice I took a flight from Quonset to MacDill in Florida. The same plane flew us back three days later! The experience was the best mini-vacation I ever had! ALL the personnel at Quonset were professional, kind, friendly, helpful. The terminal and base was clean and easy-enough to navigate. Everything went smoothly. If you are fortunate-enough to get a flight to MacDill you might want to reserve and rent a car that has navigation. A taxi driver suggested I check-out Anna Maria Island! I rented a Mustang convertible, popped-in my Garmin and headed to AMI. I was so impressed by the island I moved there about a year and a half later. If you ever find yourself playing on the beach on Anna Maria Island dig a little with your hands in the wet sand where the waves meet the shore. You’ll find healthy, live coquinas (colorful tiny clams).

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