City Eyes Base As Possible Replacement For Lindbergh Field
A ballot measure being put to voters in San Diego November 7 --
aimed at exploring the possible replacement of Lindbergh Field, by
starting up commercial operations at USMC Air Station Miramar --
may be in dead in the water, as a senior Marine Corps. official
made it quite clear this week the military still has plans for the
Nine days after news of a foiled terrorist attempt
all-but-halted operations at several of the United Kingdom's
busiest airports, London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports resumed
their regular flight schedules this weekend... not a moment too
soon for harried travelers.
For all the TSA's stern warnings recently about the consequences
should passengers try to bring drinks or other liquids onboard
commercial flights, it seems some people just haven't gotten the
message -- as those onboard American Airlines Flight 40 can
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"So imagine operating on a surfboard that's tied down at one
end, sticking out over a six-story balcony. I mean, this has got
all kinds of implications."
Source: NASA Shuttle Program manager Wayne
Hale, describing the challenging conditions for the worker who will
replace the bolts holding the shuttle Atlantis' communications
antenna to the forward wall of the payload bay this weekend -- as
the shuttle sits on the launch pad.
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