The Corry Station Naval Technical Training Center, commonly referred to as the Center for Information Dominance Corry Station, is located in Myrtle Grove, Florida. Corry Station is the US Navy’s primary base for information dominance, and is one of the major Military information centers in the US. Since its decommission as an active airfield in 1958, it’s earned quite a reputation as a premier intelligence base for the US Navy.
Corry Station was originally founded in 1923 just to the north of Pensacola, Florida. It was later relocated to its current position in 1928. The station got its name from LCDR William M. Corry Jr, a Medal of Honor recipient. In its early days, Corry Station was a training complex for young pilots. It slowly developed into a premier aviation training center, and it served as one of the Navy’s best training facility for advanced fighter plane techniques. It was used heavily during World War 2 and the Korean War, primarily as a training location for fighter pilots. In 1958, it was decommissioned as an active airfield, and made the move to information, research, and intel.