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Following the war, the land which the government had acquired for the war effort reverted to Lexington County.
The City of Columbia eventually constructed a terminal building at the Lexington County Airport and airline operations that had been ongoing at Owens Field shifted to the Lexington County Airport.
Approximately twenty-five of these B-25 flight crews later flew the famous Doolittle Raid over Tokyo.
The Doolittle raid was the first good news from the Pacific theater of operations.
Around 1941, the United States War Department acquired the Airport from Lexington County and expanded it dramatically to serve the effort for World War II.
In 1942, Jimmy Doolittle, a famous military aviator and legend, traveled to Columbia and called volunteers for a secret military mission.
You can even use Air Drop to share files wirelessly — and instantly — between devices.The address is: Columbia Metropolitan Airpot (CAE) 3000 Aviation Way West Columbia, SC 29170 For more information, call (803) 822-5000 or toll-free: (888) 562-5002 In the early 1940's, early aviation pioneers established a landing area in Lexington County known as the Lexington County Airport.