January 20, 1914
The aviation unit from Annapolis, Md., consisting of 9 officers, 23 men, 7 aircraft, portable hangars, and other gear, under Lieutenant John H. Towers as officer in charge, arrived at Pensacola, Fla., on board Mississippi (BB 23) and Orion (AC 11) to set up a flying school. Lieutenant Commander Henry C. Mustin, in command of the station ship Mississippi (BB 23) was also in command of the aeronautic station.
The Pensacola Community is very fortunate to have the presence of our military as an integral party of our community. The Pensacola Council of the Navy League is involved in numerous events including Military Spouse Appreciation luncheon, Student Essay Contests and other fun events. Consider becoming a member and call or email Christy Miller at the Navy League Office.
De Luna Fest is the official 50 year countdown to the 500 year anniversary of Pensacola, America’s first settlement. The festival will celebrate Pensacola’s history and heritage by reviving De Luna’s original American beach party held in 1559.
The website of the Pensacola Bay Area Convention & Visitors Bureau, a great resource to start planning your trip to the Pensacola Bay Area. Check out lodging deals, see special events, and get ideas on vacation activities for your family.
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Dining, events & entertainment guide serving the Pensacola area.
Official site of Pensacola’s Downtown Improvement Board.
The only Independent Jewelers Organization certified Master Jeweler in Pensacola.
The annual celebration of the 1559 founding of Pensacola and our history under the flags of five different governments.
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