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1934

was the year we opened

During World War II the airport was taken over abruptly by the government to be used as a glider training base (Starkville AF Auxiliary Field). Plans for the AAF Basic Training Detachment were for 150 students using the TG-5 gliders. The gliders were towed by the BT-13 Vultee "Vibrator". Students lived in the dormitories at Mississippi State College, where they also used its classrooms and dining facilities.

* City appointed

** County appointed

*** MSU appointed

Name Title Term
*** Trey Breckenridge President
* Bo Burkes Vice President Dec. 31, 2019
* Jimmy Richardson Secretary Dec. 31, 2018
* Russ Rogers Dec. 31, 2020
** Audie Hughes Dec. 31, 2019
** Kennedy Neal Dec. 31, 2018
** Grady Wilson Dec. 31, 2019
Rodney Lincoln Airport Director

Our Address

  •   114 Airport Road

    Starkville, MS 39759
  •   1 -662 -418 -5900
  • rlincoln@cityofstarkville.org

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