At BNAS, a Prideful Farewell; Nostalgic Ceremony Ends Mission for Longtime Sub-Hunting Unit

Defence IQ Press
Posted: 08/27/2009

The pennant for Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing Five won't be lowered for months, but Thursday was the time to bid farewell to the unit of submarine-hunting P-3 Orion squadrons that has been flying out of the Brunswick Naval Air Station for decades. Only one patrol squadron - VP-26 - remains at the base, which is due to shut down in 2011. The

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