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In addition to its role in testing naval aircraft, during the 1950s to 1970s Patuxent River served as an operational base for a Transport Squadron - VR-1, a TACAMO squadron - VQ-4, Airborne Training Unit Atlantic - AEWTULANT, and VW-11, VW-13 AN VW-15 and a number of Patrol Squadrons including VP-8, VP-44, VP-49, VP-24, VP-30 and VP-68.
Hellenic AF (Greek) RF-4 Phantom reconnaissance fighter with gear down.
Mary's County, Maryland, on the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of the Patuxent River.
The final flight of the service acceptance trials for the Bell AH-1 Super Cobra gunship were made at NATC Patuxent River.
On 1 April 1976, Patuxent River's airfield was named after pioneering aviator VADM Frederick M.
) of what was once prime farmland, consisting of several large plantations, Mattapony, Susquehanna, and Cedar Point, as well as numerous tenant and sharecropper properties and a few clusters of vacation homes.
The Cedar Point community included several churches, a post office, and a gas station.