Public airport in Jones County, Mississippi.- Hesler-Noble Field
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Inactive United States Air Force that was part of Air Combat Command, the group was stationed at Grand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota where it was a tenant of the 319th Air Base Wing.
Laurel Army Air Field, Mississippi, November 1942
Operational flying component of the United States Air Force 71st Flying Training Wing.
Laurel Army Airfield, Mississippi, 31 March – 24 September 1943
Provisional United States Air Force unit assigned to Air Combat Command (ACC) It may be activated or inactivated at any time.
Laurel Army Air Field, Mississippi, January 1944
Provisional unit assigned to the Air Combat Command of the United States Air Force to activate or inactivate as needed.
Laurel Army Airfield, Mississippi, November 1943 – 1 January 1944
Unit of the New York Air National Guard 106th Rescue Wing stationed at Francis S. Gabreski Air National Guard Base, Westhampton Beach, New York.
Laurel Army Air Field, Mississippi, 11 November 1942
Unit of the California Air National Guard 146th Airlift Wing located at Channel Islands Air National Guard Station, Oxnard, California.
Moved to Laurel Army Airfield, Mississippi in November 1942 and began training for combat reconnaissance duties, later becoming an Operational Training Unit (OTU).
Unit of the Missouri Air National Guard 131st Bomb Wing located at Whiteman Air Force Base, Knob Noster, Missouri.
Laurel Army Airfield, Mississippi, 1 April–20 October 1943
World War II United States Army Air Force located 5.3 miles southwest of Lakeland, Florida.
The A-20 Havoc-equipped 410th Bombardment Group was moved from Laurel Army Airfield, Mississippi to operate from Lakeland AAF in early February 1944 as part of the Army Air Forces School of Applied Tactics headquartered at Orlando Army Air Base.
Air Force Special Warfare unit located at Wheeler Army Airfield, Hawaii.
Laurel Army Air Field, Mississippi, 31 March 1943 – 20 October 1943
Inactive United States Air Force unit.
The squadron departed its final training base at Laurel Army Air Field on New Year's Day of 1944 for the overseas staging area of Camp Shanks, New York, arriving two days later.