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    A look back at BNAS - 1999 Press Herald File Photo/John Patriquin | of | Share this photo

    Brunswick Naval Air Station's then-commanding officer, Commander Frank V. Klein, discussed the new role of the P-3 Orion, equipped with new electronics and Maverick missiles, shown under its wing, in a hangar at the air station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2007 Press Herald File Photo/John Ewing | of | Share this photo

    Preparations were being made for an air show at Brunswick Naval Air Station that featured the Navy's Blue Angels flying team. Stunt pilot John Klatt, in his Air National Guard-sponsored plane, goes through some aerial maneuvers at the Brunswick base while Blue Angels pilots ready their planes for a practice.

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    A look back at BNAS - 1997 Press Herald File Photo/Doug Jones | of | Share this photo

    P-3 Orion aircraft taxi in during an FOD, or foreign object damage control, exercise calculated to keep the taxiways clear of debris that might be sucked into aircraft engines.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2003 Press Herald File Photo/Doug Jones | of | Share this photo

    After spending eight hours in the air that day (17 hours in two days in flights from Kuwait to Spain, then Spain to Brunswick), Harrier jet pilots lounged on the concrete runway next to their jets and ate a lunch of lobster rolls. The pilots were members of the Marine Attack Squadron 542 of the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and this contingent was based in Cherry Point, North Carolina. Before nightfall that day, 35 Harrier jump jets were expected to be parked on the runway at Brunswick Naval Air Station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 1997 Press Herald File Photo/David A. Rodgers | of | Share this photo

    Air Force personnel keep visitors to the Great State of Maine Air Show from getting too close to an F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter on display at the Brunswick Naval Air Station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 1999 Press Herald File Photo/John Patriquin | of | Share this photo

    Two Navy enlistees jog at the newly opened indoor track inside the former galley, which had been renovated into a $3 million field house at Brunswick Naval Air Station in Brunswick.

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    A look back at BNAS - 1998 Press Herald File Photo/David MacDonald | of | Share this photo

    Vehicles from a North Carolina electric utility company are unloaded from an Air Force C-17 cargo plane at the Brunswick Naval Air Station. In the distance is Air Force 2, Vice President Al Gore's plane.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2011 Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority Photo | of | Share this photo

    The former Brunswick Naval Air Station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2005 Press Herald File Photo/Gordon Chibroski | of | Share this photo

    A crowd of people carrying signs in support of the base waits on a corner at Brunswick Naval Air Station in anticipation of the arrival of the members of the Base Realignment and Closure Commission for a meeting.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2011 Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority Photo | of | Share this photo

    An aerial photo shows the runway at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2009 Press Herald File Photo/John Patriquin | of | Share this photo

    A color guard stands ready prior to the farewell ceremony for Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Five at the Brunswick Naval Air Station.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2011 Press Herald File Photo/Gordon Chibroski | of | Share this photo

    The former Brunswick Naval Air Station opened its runway, the largest in Maine, for general aviation. This massive hangar was large enough to hold three 747s and was leased out to different enterprises.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2009 Press Herald File Photo/John Patriquin | of | Share this photo

    Maine officials and representatives of the Norwegian energy company StatoilHydro tour an empty Brunswick Naval Air Station hangar that was being considered as a space in which to build wind turbine components for shipping by rail to Bath Iron Works.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2011 Press Herald File Photo/Gordon Chibroski | of | Share this photo

    The former Brunswick Naval Air Station opened the runway for general aviation and leased half of the massive hangar for the manufacture of this $2.5 million Kestrel turboprop, as well as other enterprises.

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    A look back at BNAS - 2000 Press Herald File Photo/John Patriquin | of | Share this photo

    A worker from DeBlois Electric wraps up service cables used to bring power to the thousands of RVs that visited Brunswick Naval Air Station for a weekend event.

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