Battle Mountain Flight Strip
Battle Mountain Flight Strip (1942-1946) - A World War II U.S. Army Airfield that was established in 1942 near Battle Mountain, Lander County, Nevada. Named Battle Mountain Flight Strip after the location. Closed after the end of WWII in 1946.
Battle Mountain Flight Strip was an emergency landing airfield by the Reno Army Air Base for military aircraft on training flights. It was also designated as a CAA Intermediate Field for civil aircraft emergency use. It was closed after World War II and was turned over for local government use by the War Assets Administration (WAA).
Now a general aviation airport called Battle Mountain Airport. The Airport is owned by Lander County and operated by the Battle Mountain Airport Authority. The Responsible Air Route Control Center (ARTCC) is ZLC (Salt Lake City)