United States Navy Blimp Squadron ZP-14 (Air Ship Squadron 14 or
Airship squadron 14, or Blimpron-14, or Africa Squadron, or ZP-14) in World War Two (WWII).

Blimp Squadron 14
United States Navy Wings.

ZP-14 Bases for Mediterranean Operations


Primary operational bases and mast sites for ZP-14 in the Mediterranean Theater of Operations (MTO) during 1944-45 PORT LYAUTEY, FRENCH MOROCCO:
HQs Fleet Air Wing 15, ZP-14, 
VPB-63 'The Madcats' with PBYs. ASW MAD GIBRALTAR, SPAIN: Mast and service facilities only. Blimp K-112 became first K-ship to land on the European continent on July 18, 1944. ORAN, ALGERIA: Blimp ferrying facility. CUERS, FRANCE: ZP-14 minesweeping base of operations. CANNES, FRANCE: ZP-14 emergency stick mast. CAGLIARI, SARDINIA, ITALY:
   temporary base. BIZERTE TUNISIA: ZP-14 minesweeping base of operations. PISA, ITALY: ZP-14 minesweeping base of operations. VENICE, ITALY:  ZP-14 minesweeping base of operations. ROME, ITALY: ZP-14 base. RAF image of MALTA: a temporary ZP-14 stopover base.
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