Baldwin Park

Baldwin Park is located within Orlando, FL and was formally used for military purposes from World War II until the 1900's.  The Orlando Army Air Station was established in 1942, it actually included an area much larger than what we now know as the Naval Training Center (NTC) Main Base.  The Air Station also included areas now developed as the Audubon Park neighborhood, the Fashion Square Mall, Koger Office Center and other surrounding properties, in addition to what is now Orlando Executive Airport.

After World War II the Orlando Executive Airport property was returned to the City of Orlando, and the Audubon Park, Fashion Square Mall, Koger Center and other properties were sold as the Air Station gradually reduced its operations.  In the early 1960’s the Air Station closed its doors, and the remaining property was turned over to the Navy for use as the country’s third Naval Training Center.  Over the next three decades NTC Orlando served as the training site of over 650,000 Navy Recruits.  The Main Base property was home to three major commands: the Recruit Training Command, the Service School Command and the Nuclear Power School.  (See

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