Thursday, August 11, 2016

Those Places Thursday...Kindley Air Force Base, Bermuda


Kindley Air Force Base

Bermuda



First operated by the U.S. Army Air Forces from 1943-1948 as Kindley Field. Then from 1948-1970 it was operated by the U.S. Air Force as Kindley Air Force Base. From 1970-1995 it was known as Naval Air Station Bermuda. It is currently the site of Bermuda International Airport.

My father, Larry Lee Dillman, was stationed at Kindley from April 1955-January 1957 while he was serving in the USAF. He served as a Radar Repair Technician being promoted in September of 1955 to NCO Staff Sergeant in charge of Radar Maintenance in the 1934th Airways & Air Communications Service (AACS) Squadron.





Those Places Thursday
 Do you often think back to places where you lived and worked at one time? What about those places where your ancestors spent time? Post about “those places” with photos and stories on Those Places Thursday.

Those Places Thursday is a genealogical blogging prompt of GeneaBloggers.


This and all other articles on this blog are © copyright 2016 by Lisa Dillman Wright.





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