SOUTH EAST STATION AREA - HISTORY
Sand Point Naval Air Station
  
R-11 was a "REVETMENT" area with a building within.
A revetment is a barricade to provide shelter against bomb fragments.
Bldg. 16 was an Igloo Magazine for Dynamite Storage.
Bldg. 60 was a fuse & Detonator Magazine. Bldg. 61 was a Small Arms & Pyrotechnic Magazine.
Bldg. 62 was a Machine Gun Range field service Head. Bldg. 64 was a Machine Gun Range - Firing Shed.
Bldg. 65 was a Machine Gun Range - Head firing Shed. Bldg. 139 was a Radio Receiving Building.
Bldg. 171 was a Y - H  Shelter Bldg. 194 was a Storage building.
Bldg. 195 was a Storage building. Bldg. 196 was a Storage building.
Bldg. 198 was an Office. Bldg. 199 was a Firing Shed.
Bldg. 200 was an Office and Armory Building. Bldg. 201 was an Indoor Shooting Range building.
Bldg. 204 was an Overseas Air Cargo Terminal. Bldg. 205 was a Public Works Storage building.
Bldg. 213 was a N.A.T.S Temporary Storage Building
Bldg. 214 was a Temporary Gunnery Training building
Bldg. 215 was a V.R.5. Radio Shop
Bldg. 205 was a Public Works Storage building.
Bldg. 218 was a Public Works Storage Shed. Bldg. 220 was an Auxiliary Fire House
Bldg. 221 was a Target Shed, later to become a Bird Blind
Bldg. 225 was a field service Head

Aerial 1953



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