Our Flag does not fly because the wind moves it...It flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it...

U. S. Naval Air Station, Port Lyautey, Kenitra, Morocco

Kenitra (Arabic name transliterated: Al-Qonaitirah, the little bridge)

 

 

Remembrances of a Great Duty Station

Dedicated to the U.S. Naval Airmen, Seabees, Ship’s Company and U.S. Marines who served at the Naval Air Station In Kenitra (Port Lyautey) or at the Naval Communication Facilities in Sidi Yahia or Sidi Bouknadel, Morocco, between the early 1940's to the base closures in the mid 1970's.

 

Guest Book Visit Guest Book History Main Page

From March 22, 2002 until November 9, 2009 there were 100,000 visitors to memories past of Port Lyautey. Then on September 9, 2016, Jerry Zimmerman of West Alles Wisconsin, became visitor 200,000 to the Port Lyautey website. Now the visitor's register has rolled over and we begin the count below from September 9th forward.

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