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Located on the west coast of the United States bordering the Pacific Ocean to the east, Oregon to the north, Nevada to the east and Mexico to the south. Arizona to the southeast.
California has many major Naval bases, barracks and airfields used during WWII. San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego were gateways for millions of American servicemen on their way to or from the Pacific.
San Diego County
San Diego eighth largest city in the U. S. includes US Navy bases and embarcation point during World War II.
Torrey Pines located at the northern edge of San Diego and La Jolla.
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles second largest city in the U. S. includes airfields, and factories in World War II.
San Pedro borders San Pedro Bay and includes the Port of San Pedro.
Long Beach borders San Pedro Bay adjoins San Pedro.
El Segundo borders the Pacific Ocean to the north is Los Angeles Airport
Burbank located to the north of Los Angeles.
San Bernardino County
Riverside includes March Field (March AFB, March Air Reserve Base)
Camarillo located to the north of Los Angeles
Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara borders the Pacific Ocean in Santa Barbara County.
Sacramento located in the Sacramento Valley state capital of California.
Dos Palos located in n the northern San Joaquin Valley section of the Central Valley
San Francisco County
San Francisco thirteenth largest city in the U. S. borders San Francisco Bay embarcation point in World War II.
Treasure Island located in San Francisco Bay.
Mare Island located to the north of San Francisco Bay.
San Mateo County
San Bruno located to the south of San Francisco.
Alameda borders San Francisco Bay includes NAS Alameda.
Novato located in central Cali
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