ROLLA NATIONAL AIRPORT
Rolla National Airport is a public use airport in Maries County, Missouri. The airport was built by the United States Army Air Forces in 1942 to be used as a sub-base for Sedalia Army Airfield during World War II. It was used by I Troop Carrier Command for training. In 1946 the airport was vacated, but it was reactivated. by the United States Navy which used it as an Outlying Field (OLF) for Naval Air Station St. Louis. It was deeded to the city of Rolla in 1957 and became Rolla National Airport.
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- Location: Maries, Missouri
- Airport Code: VIH
- Runway Length: 5498 ft
- Co-ordinates: 38°07′39″N 091°46′10″W
- Airport Address: 901 N Elm St, Rolla, MO 65401, United States
- Nearest Towns/Cities: Cuba (20.51 miles), Linn (25.29 miles)