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KAMIKAZE Naval Air Station (KAMI) was a private military base which occupied two regions of central Jeogeot: 'Spurness' and Decimo. As its name suggests, the facility was a Second World War-themed Japanese airfield.

Landing Advisories

  • NO PUBLIC REZ – There were no public rez zones available.
  • Elevation advisory: two landing surfaces: in Spurness at 60m, minimum recommend approach at 70m, and in Decimo at 50m, minimum recommended appr. 60m..
  • No runway lights or markings.


Founded in February 2015, KAMIKAZE Naval Air Station was a Japanese military airfield and naval base situated on the edge of the Jeogeot Gulf combat zone. Built on the plateau of a hill, the airfield's two wooden runways were surrounded by trees; with a seating area, vintage aircraft and army tents located to its south. At the foot of the hill, in the north-west corner of the region, was the facility's naval base with cranes and docks for various-sized aircraft and ships.

In late 2015 a rebuild of the airfield re-oriented the runway to east/west and added a new faility in Decimo, with a big platform oriented to north/south and some docks for military ships at the sea level.

In 2016, land parcels in both regions were abandoned or resold. KAMIKAZE Naval Air Station was dismantled and replaced by new Archerfield Aerodrome (ICAO: SLAL) in the Spurness region.

Facilities and services

General facilities

  • Seaplane/boat docks.
  • Military equipment.