Richard V. Porcelli, of Barnegat, wants more people to know about a site in Egg Harbor Township that contributed greatly to aviation history. Young men trained there during World War II to become Navy fighter pilots, and Naval aviation research and development continued there until 1958, when a new federal agency for aviation safety took it over as a test facility.
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