An overhead view of Detrick Field, in Frederick, Md., on April 2, 1941. Detrick Field, which would eventually become Fort Detrick, Md., was named in honor of Dr. (Capt.) Fredrick L. Detrick, flight surgeon for the Maryland National Guard's 104th Observation Squadron. The 104th was based at Detrick Field after being mobilized for World War II on Feb. 3, 1941. (Released)
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