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|Richard Bong AFB, Kenosha County,
Wisc., about 35 miles southwest of
Milwaukee (designated 1955, abandoned
while under construction. 1959; excess
1960) Like many new northern tier Air
Force bases in the 1950s, Richard Bong
AFB was going to be an ADC
fighter-interceptor base but was taken
over by SAC as it sought to disperse the
bomber force. SAC assumed "jurisdiction,
control and accountability" of Bong from
ADC on June 5, 1957, assigning it to the
Eighth Air Force, and perhaps intending to
base B-58s there. SAC's 4040th Air Base
Squadron was assigned as the base
housekeeping unit on August 1, 1958.?
The base and the squadron were
transferred to Second Air Force on
January 1, 1959.? Construction was
suddenly ordered stopped on October 2,
1959, because, as Secretary of the Air
Force James H. Douglas told the people
of Racine, "Finally we realized that by
1961-62 when Bong would be ready, we
would have several other medium
bomber bases empty of squadrons and
we really don't need Bong." (New York
Times, November 5, 1959, "House Unit
Visits Abandoned Base".)?
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