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Hangar No. 1 (Building 1557)
At the open end of the horseshoe, across the parade ground from Quarters No. 1, is the largest building on the old base, Hangar No. 1. With a low gable roof and corner towers, the building now has a dropped ceiling and a removable interior partition. Offices have been added to the outside walls.
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