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Port Lyautey/Kenitra

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More photos from the archives of Jack Bolger.


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CAPT Knowles performs one the most enjoyable parts of his job.

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The crew of VR-24 Power Plants shop relaxes at the end of a long day.

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Capel, Wells, and Bolger stand for their photo in the squadron barracks.

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Capel, Robles, and Code pick a convenient, if untidy, place outside the "back door" to the squadon barracks to allow Capel to reload his camera.

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Most new arrivals found it strange to see ships, like the one in the background of these two photos, seemingly cruising along through the desert-like landscape beyond the field.

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Ocean-going vessels routinely passed the field on the Oued Sebou river enroute to or from the port of Kenitra just south east of NAS Port Lyautey.

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Example of local open air transport on the streets of Kenitra (Sep 57).

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A more modern conveyance, and the means of getting off the beaten track. Rem, Sewell, and Bolger with Rem's Morris Minor convertible, probably near Medhya Beach (Sep 57)

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This photo of Smitty, member of the crew on a flight to Soudha Bay, Crete, shows the cramped space of a fully loaded R5D cabin.

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