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SPECIAL PHOTO FEATURETTE:   As mentioned above, and also in a few prior blog posts, I really picked up a lot of comics while my Dad was stationed at the Kodiak Naval Air Station on Kodiak Island, Alaska.  My mom, brother, sister, and I joined him there from the Christmas Vacation of 1963 thru August of 1966. 

As you can see from the below photo, the Naval base, (in the forefront),  was the prominent feature on that part of the island.  The town of Kodiak is shown at the top of the photo. It is approximately 9 miles away via the only road between the base and the town.  During the years we were up there, there was only one TV Station and the internet hadn't been invented yet.  So for kids, there was only hunting, fishing, crabbing, and collecting comics!

For history buffs:  We left the Naval Air Station in 1966, and shortly afterwards in 1971 the Navy left also.  Today it is a Coast Guard Station.    

(Clicking on the photo below, will take you to a much larger resolution photo. When the pop up window comes up... just click on the photo again to see a full screen shot of the photo.) 

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