Turner Air Base is a former United States Air Force base near Albany, Georgia.
Turner Army Air Field was built in 1942 as an Army Air Corps training field. It was initially operated as a school for navigators. It later offered elementary & advanced training in twin engine craft. The precise airfield configuration of Turner AAF during World War II is unknown, but later photos appear to indicate that the WW2-era airfield had at least four paved runways.
Turner was also used during World War II to train French aircrews.
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