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Frank Ault

Captain Frank Ault, Ault Report[1]. Ault Field located at NAS Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, WA is not named for him, rather, it is named for the Lexington's Air Group Commander who died at the battle of Coral Sea in 1942. Ironically, Frank Ault would command the carrier that bore the name of that battle, (CVA-43). The auditorium at NAS Fallon Nevada Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center is named for Captain Frank Ault.

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This page - https://articles/Ault_Field - says: "The main portion of the base is called Ault Field in memory of Commander William B. Ault, who was listed 'missing in action' during the Battle of the Coral Sea (1942). "

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  • Air-to-Air Missile System Capability Review (1969) [2].
  • Lon Nordeen (1985) Air Warfare in the Missile Age, Smithsonian Press
  • "Frank Ault remembered". American Retirees Association. Retrieved 2007-03-23. 
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