|Other titles||Construction at Plattsburg Barracks|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
Twenty years ago, an event that many believed signaled the death knell for the Plattsburgh region occurred. The Plattsburgh Air Force Base was officially closed and decommissioned at the end of. Plattsburgh was the oldest military post in the United States The original military reservation was purchased by the Federal Government on Dec, and consisting of only acres. Additional parcels of land were acquired and stone barracks were built to house "Plattsburgh Barracks. Plattsburgh is a city in and the seat of Clinton County, New York, United population at the census. The population of the unincorporated areas within the surrounding (and separately incorporated) Town of Plattsburgh as of the census, making the combined population for all of Plattsburgh to be 31, Plattsburgh lies just to the northeast of. Plattsburgh, NY City Directories Allen County Public Library Plattsburgh, NY, City Directory, , , , , , , , New York State Library Plattsburgh, New York, City Directory, (in U.S. City Directories collection) Ancestry.
- Explore Lori Stacey's board "Plattsburgh AFB" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Plattsburgh, Strategic air command, Usaf pins. HOUSE UNIT APPROVES PLATTSBURG AIR BASE -The Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives today approved four Air Force construction projects that it had set aside earlier for. Plattsburgh Barracks () - A War of post first established as Cantonment Plattsburgh in in present-day Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. Abandoned by the Army in Acquired and expanded by the U.S. Air Force in and named Plattsburgh Air Force Base, closed by the Air Force in under the BRAC program. The town now known as Plattsburg was created to be the county seat of the newly formed Clinton County. It lost its boundary status in when the Indian Platte Purchase Territory extended the state border to Missouri. Originally, Plattsburg was called Concord but two months later that name was changed to Springfield.