On 17th November 1939, a newspaper photographer watched naval ratings turn over the engine of their planes at Aldergrove. In 1940, R.A.F. training was underway.
On 17th November 1939, Royal Navy ratings at R.A.F. Aldergrove in CO. Antrim overhaul the engine of their Fairey Swordfish in front of a Belfast Telegraph photographer.
On 17th November 1940, members of the Royal Air Force took part in training exercises using a LINK trainer at R.A.F. Aldergrove near Crumlin in Co. Antrim.
On 17th November 1942, the War Office photographer returned to Larne, Co. Antrim, taking update photos of mended constructions and sheet piling at the jetty.