"Keep 'Em Flying"
The Story of the
Hobbs Army Air Field

In 2006, the City of Hobbs contracted with Van Citters: Historic Preservation, LLC to research and document the history of the site upon which the Hobbs Army Air Field was built and operated.  In 2008, Van Citters delivered their results to the City of Hobbs, which included the 66 page report which can be viewed as a PDF file by clicking on the image below. 

NOTE: This is a LARGE file (124MB) and may take
a while to download, even on a fast connection.

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                  The Story of the Hobbs Army Air Field"
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If you have comments or questions about the
project, contact Joe Dearing, Planning Director
for the City of Hobbs.
(575) 397-9351
[email protected]

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