Chambers Field (former Naval Air Station Norfolk)

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By kjfitz @ 2005-07-16 11:29:06
Air Operations conducts over 100,000 flight operations each year, an average of 275 flights per day or one every 6 minutes. Over 150,000 passengers and 264,000 tons of mail and cargo depart annually on Air Mobility Command (AMC) aircraft and other chartered flights from our airfield. It is the hub for Navy logistics going to the European and Central Command theaters of operations, and to the Caribbean. It is home to C-2, C-9, C-12 and E-2 fixed wing aircraft, and H-3, H-46, H-53, and H-60 helicopters.
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