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    MacDill Field (MacDill AFB) Florida United States

Lat 27° 50' 57N Long 82° 31' 16W  MacDill Field is located south of Tampa in Florida in the United States.

Wartime History
During the Pacific War, used by the U. S. Army Air Force (USAAF). During January 1942, MacDill Field was the departure point for for B-17E Flying Fortresses being ferried via the "African Route" to Java in the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia).

In September 1947, renamed MacDill Air Force Base (MacDill AFB). The single runway is oriented 22/04 measures 11,421' x 151' surfaced with asphalt. Airport codes: FAA: MCF / ICAO: KMCF / IATA: MCF.

MacDill Air Force Base - Official Website
MacDill is sometimes incorrectly spelled "McDill" in wartime sources and memoirs.

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Last Updated
September 21, 2017


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