Langley Air Force Base

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Langley Air Force Base,

U.S. military installation, 3,195 acres (1,293 hectares), SE Va., N of Hampton; est. 1917 and named for aviation pioneer Samuel P. LangleyLangley, Samuel Pierpont,
1834–1906, American scientist, b. Roxbury, Mass., received only a high school education but continued his studies in science in Boston libraries. He became, in 1866, professor of physics at the Western Univ. of Pennsylvania (now the Univ.
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. The facility, the oldest continuously active air force base in the United States, is the headquarters of the Air Combat Command and has air-defense missile units. NASA's Langley Research Center is adjacent.
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Before moving to ACC at Langley AFB, Virginia, Rector served as the superintendent of the 49th Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Holloman for the MQ-1/9 aircraft.
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