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Naval Air Station Bermuda

Summary
Naval Air Station Bermuda (Kindley Field) (usually described in Bermuda as United States Naval Air Station Bermuda, and not to be confused with the former Royal Naval Air Station Bermuda or the United States Naval Air Station Bermuda Annex, which had previously been designated US Naval Operating Base Bermuda, then US Naval Air Station Bermuda), was located on St. David's Island in the British Colony (now termed a British Overseas Territory) of Bermuda from 1970 to 1995, on the former site of Kindley Air Force Base (originally built for the United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War as Kindley Field). It is currently the site of Bermuda International Airport. History Prior to American entry into the Second World War, an agreement was arranged between the governments of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt for the loan of a number of obsolete, mothballed ex-US Naval destroyers to the Royal Navy and the Royal Canadia
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