ⓘ Laguna Army Airfield

Laguna Army Airfield

ⓘ Laguna Army Airfield

Laguna Army Airfield is a military airport located at Yuma Proving Ground, 14 miles northeast of the central business district of Yuma, a city in Yuma County, Arizona, United States. The airport has an active Air traffic control tower within class D airspace.

Laguna army airfield was built during world war II as an auxiliary field, which served the camp Lagoon and airport Yuma army: marine Corps air station Yuma and part of many Arizona world war II army airfields.

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