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Point Mugu Gets Final Salute as Bases Merge

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA / A news summary

October 12, 2000

POINT MUGU — Naval personnel rang bells, blew whistles and hoisted colorful flags in a tradition-steeped ceremony Wednesday to mark the merger of two bases into one.

At 10:30 a.m., a color guard lowered the Point Mugu Naval Air Station flag for the last time. In its place rose the blue-and-white flag of Naval Base Ventura County, a new command that officially consolidates the Naval Air Station with the nearby Naval Construction Battalion Center in Port Hueneme.

The two bases had been merging administrative services, such as safety and finance, since October 1998. Consolidation is expected to save millions of dollars.

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