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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The contracting activity is the Air Combat Command, Acquisition Management and Integration Center, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia.
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With his unit, Parr moved from Roswell to Otis Air Force Base, Massachusetts in November, 1948, and in early 1950, he transferred to Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, where he learned how to fly the new jet F-86.
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