The former Wurtsmith AFB. Some fancy new Air Force gadget. Must be a reserve unit around. The base used to have B-52s. Since all the infrastructure for big planes was there when the base closed it was an easy transition to make it a maintenance facility for heavy aircraft and a base for a cargo company. Airlines send some heavies here for extensive inspections. Kalitta has 22 747 freighters and hauls a lot of cargo around. This guy started up hauling parts for the auto business with a twin engine Cessna 310. The owner is also a professional drag racer. In fact, he won the money to buy that Cessna 310 while drag racing. After the attacks of 9/11 when no planes were flying, Kalitta had a plane in the air flying high priority rescue supplies from the west coast to the east. There is also a museum on the base. Pretty basic stuff there. The old military housing area on base. There must have been a glut of available housing in the area when the based closed. Looks like WWII stuff. This statue in Oscoda was originally built for a department store parade float in Detroit. After the parade, someone bought it for $50 and brought it here. It was covered in fiberglass and now stands in the park. Lots of towns claim an association with the Paul Bunyan lore.