Andrews Air Force Base


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Andrews Air Force Base,

U.S. military installation, 4,279 acres (1,732 hectares), central Md., est. 1943. It is the chief military airport of Washington, D.C., as well as the headquarters for the air force's high-priority airlift command.
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Pope Benedict XVI arrives at Andrews Air Force Base to be greeted by US President George W Bush Picture, PIER PAOLO CITO/AP
Thomas said she had to catch a train shortly after the contest to make her shift at a Burger King on Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, where she is a manager.
Change of Command ceremony, Andrews Air Force Base, Md.
Allen DeLane, the man in charge of airlifting the wounded into Andrews Air Force Base, as saying during an NPR interview, "Since the war started, I can't give you an exact number because that's classified information, but I can say to you over 4,000 have stayed here at Andrews.
The president returned to US soil early today, as his plane landed at Andrews Air Force Base outside Washington shortly after midnight, before continuing on to Texas.
THE President and his entourage will travel from Washington's Andrews Air Force base in two specially-adapted Boeing 747-200s.
Curt Weldon at Andrews Air Force Base just outside of Washington after he returned from a trip to North Korea.
D Street & Arnold Avenue, Andrews Air Force Base
Air traffic controllers requested military assistance, and two F-16 jets from Andrews Air Force Base were sent to intercept and escort the aircraft to the airport.
During the lichen-resuscitation episode, another of Ripley's projects turned up a small patch of Sandplain gerardia, a federally listed endangered flower, at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland.