Series: SuperBase

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Nellis: The Home of 'Red Flag' (Super Base, 1) by George Hall1
Miramar: The Home of Top Gun - Superbase 2 by George Hall2
Ramstein: Headquarters of the USAFE - Superbase 3 by Chuck Stewart3
Deci: NATO's European Air Combat Range - Superbase 4 by Chuck Stewart4
Mildenhall: Multi-mission Task Force - Superbase 5 by David Davies5
Cherry Point: Can Do and Harrier II - Superbase 6 by Steve Mansfield6
Kadena: Shogun Warriors of the PACAF - Superbase 7 by Tony Holmes7
Fallon: Supercarrier in the Desert - Superbase 8 by Tony Holmes8
Yuma: The Marines' Mean Machines - Superbase 9 by George Hall9
Bitburg: Eagle Country - Superbase 10 by Chris Bennett10
Upper Heyford: Aardvarks and Ravens (Superbase #11) by Jon Davison11
Edwards: Home of the Right Stuff (Superbase) by George Hall12
Williams: The Quest for Silver Wings (Superbase) by Philip Handleman13
Fort Bragg: America's Airborne Elite - Superbase 14 by Mike Verier14
Navy Jax: Sub-Hunters and Light Strikers (Superbase) by George Hall15
Kaneohe Bay: The Marines' Hawaiian Haven - Superbase 16 by Steven Mansfield16
Eglin: Fighters, Bombers, Special Ops - Superbase 17 by George Hall17
Cold Lake: Canada's Northern Guardians (Superbase) by Robbie Shaw18
Dijon: The Mirage Masters - Superbase 19 by John Blackman19
Baden Sollingen: The Hornet's Nest - Superbase 20 by Chris Bennett20
Barksdale: Home of the Mighty Eighth - Superbase 21 by David Davies21
Yeovilton: Defenders of the Fleet (Superbase) by Mike Verier22
Seymour Johnson: Eagles, Chiefs, and Rocketeers - Superbase 23 by Mark R. Wagner23
Key West: Top Guns of the East Coast - Superbase 24 by George Hall24
Pax River: Naval Air Test Center by T. Malcolm English25
Hickam: Hawaiian Guardians - Superbase 26 by George Hall26

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