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Air Force Plant # 42 consisted of 5844.34 acres of land acquired for the Department of the Air Force, 5844.25 acres are still under U.S. Government control. 5508.14 acres were acquired in fee from many individuals between 1953 to 1962. 336.11 acres were acquired with lesser interests for perpetual avigation and clearance easements. Several of these easements were placed in effect on 1 August 1953, the others were placed in effect between 1957 to 1959. The remaining 0.09 acre was acquired by lease on 3 September 1954.

The site has been used for the manufacturing and testing of aircraft, and is still being used as such. The site is also being used as the Palmdale Airport. There are many improvements on the site; office buildings, runways, aircraft hangers, and an airport terminal. These improvements were constructed over several years.

The lease on the 0.09 acre was terminated on 23 July 1971. The Department of the Air Force reported 13.41 acres excess to General Services Administration (GSA) on 9 December 1960. GSA then conveyed the same 13.41 acres to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) by transfer letter dated 4 April 1961. On 31 August 1970, the Department of the Air Force reported 5.88 acres excess to the GSA. GSA transferred the same 5.88 acres to the FAA by letter dated 12 October 1971.

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