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.
- NO PUBLIC REZ – There were no public rez zones available.
- NO SCRIPTS ALLOWED
- 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.
Facilities and services
- Seaplane/boat docks.
- Military equipment.