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Thursday, December 2, 2010

More from the former Naval Training Center - San Diego

I went back to the former Naval Training Center with friends Rae and Robert on Sunday 11/27 to check out some of not-yet-restored sections of the complex. It was a sunny, clear and chilly day, which made for some nice blue skies that contrasted with the yellow buildings.

NTC was dedicated in 1923, and over the years 1.75 million sailors received training there.

We always have a good time when we're out wandering around exploring together, although in this picture the camera bag hanging on my side makes me look like something is seriously wrong.

Click here to see more images from the former Naval Training Center, and the restored area known as Liberty Station.

1 comment:

  1. This is full of informative post i have ever seen before. I get learn many thing from here. Specially Naval base training. Military are spend a hard time when they are in training. But this training helps them to improve their mental and physical ability.


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