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U.S. Naval Air Station:  Saint-Trojan, France

The U.S. Naval Air Station at Saint-Trojan, France, was established in July 1918 and operated seaplanes during World War I in the southwestern France location.   The commanding officer was Virgil C. Griffin.  The base was disestablished in January 1919. 

Image:   NH 113857:   U.S. Naval Air Station, Saint-Trojan, France, circa WWI.  U.S. Naval History and Heritage Command Photograph.