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Former Five Points Outlying Field

This web site is hosted by USACE and provides information to the public regarding the former Five Points Outlying Field Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study. This web site has been developed to provide the public with information regarding investigation and planning activities during the investigation remedy selection phases of the site.

The former Five Points Outlying Field (OLF) is located within southeast Tarrant County Texas, approximately eight miles south of the center of Arlington. The former Outlying Field was established during World War II, and initially used as a pilot training airfield associated with the Dallas Naval Air Station (NAS), eleven miles northeast of the site. During the war, it was converted into a practice bombing range that became known as the Five Points OLF Bombing Range. The site is currently residential, and includes the Twin Parks Estates mobile home park and Southridge Hills subdivision.