Quonset Point

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Quonset Point

(kwŏn`sĭt), peninsula extending into Narragansett Bay, S R.I., in the town of North Kingstown. In World War II the peninsula became the site of a naval air station and construction battalion (Seabee) center; the Quonset hut was developed there. It is now a business park with a seaport and airport.
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He was a 5 year veteran in the United States Navy, serving as an aviation electronics technician 3rd class at Quonset Point, RI.
She graduated from Worcester Public Schools, married her husband and became a Navy wife following Mac to many bases around the country including Kodiak, Alaska, San Diego, California, and Quonset Point, RI, before settling back in Worcester in the late 50's.
He served at the Naval Air Station in Quonset Point, RI and the Naval Air Station on Boca Chica Key in Florida.
Duty prior to World War II included NAS Quonset Point, RI where he participated in fabricating and erecting the first Quonset huts which became common to all service branches.
His first assignment was on the carrier, USS Lake Champlain, stationed at Quonset Point, RI. His next assignment was on the destroyer, USS Charles P.