Minnesota

Minneapolis-St. Paul IAPMinneapolis-St. Paul Joint Air Reserve Station – is a USAF base, located at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport. Located 7.1 miles (11.4 km) SSE of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was formerly the location of Naval Air Station Twin Cities.  In 1920 a hangar was built on a former auto racing track to accommodate airmail service, and the 160-acre property became known as Speedway Field. In 1923, the airport was renamed Wold-Chamberlain Field in honor of two local pilots, Ernest Wold and Cyrus Chamberlain, who lost their lives in combat during World War I.

 

All Minnesota Military Bases

National Guard Units

 

Minneapolis-St. Paul

2 thoughts on “Minnesota”

  1. Is it then possible to catch a Space A flight out of Minneapolis,
    St Paul Area.
    I live in northern Iowa

    1. Sure, it’s possible, but they do not have that many flights. Here is their passenger terminal FB page: https://www.facebook.com/133rdSpaceA. You could also try General Mitchell ARW in Wisconsin. Their passenger terminal page no longer working, but all their different contact information is on THIS website. There is also Offutt AFB in NE. The have a passenger terminal page, but they do not list any flights there. All their other information is there though, http://www.offutt.af.mil/Units/55th-Mission-Support-Group/Offutt-AFB-Air-Passenger-Terminal/. Lastly, there is Scott AFB in IL. I think they are the next closest base that actually has a passenger terminal page and goes a few places: https://www.facebook.com/Scott-Passenger-Terminal-302813853094915/. Good luck getting out. Sometimes it takes some driving. Many people drive up and down the east coast to catch flights, but they have more choices there.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *