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Cecil Calavan, a Pearl Harbor survivor, and his family watch a P-3C Orion prepare to take off during a tour of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Calavan served on the Florida class battleship USS Utah (BB-31) as a Seaman 2nd Class when she was sunk in the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Hetherington via Wikimedia Commons)

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4 thoughts on “Whidbey Island Naval Air Station

  1. Whidbey is in one of the prettiest parts of the country. Only problem is that they do not allow spacea sign ups over the internet. They require in person sign up at the terminal.

      1. Editors Note: On Jan 24, 2017, we called the Whidbey Island Space-A terminal and confirmed that Space-A sign-up can be done by either phone or in person. No fax, email, or Internet sign-up is offered. We’ve updated our registration info above. Thank you!

  2. The Navy Lodge at the old seaplane base was terrific. We had a comfortable room, received very good restaurant info and saw a plethora of eagles at the nearby beachfront.

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