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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SPENCER - A relentless wind whipped at the thin snow cover on Andrews Field yesterday as the National Transportation Safety Board began investigating the crash that killed a popular local pilot, aircraft mechanic and airport owner the day before.
Making a withdrawal from the old memory banks, I remembered he wasn't in the 156-strong St Andrews field and asked him if he came over to watch the golf before playing Carnoustie.
The plane was operated by a syndicate of three and was based at RAF Andrews Field in Great Saling, near Braintree, Essex.
In 2000, when he decimated the St Andrews field by a record eight-shot winning margin, Woods was ranked second longest in the US off the tee at 298 yards but 54th in driving accuracy.
Andrews Field Grains and Cereal Trading said Kua had assured him that he would provide the necessary documentation that would allow the co-op to participate in the bidding for rice allocation.
SPENCER - A well-known local man was killed yesterday morning when the plane he was piloting crashed at Spencer Airport, also known as Andrews Field.
Four months ago to the day 25-year-old Davies won a final-day shoot-out with the South African to land the Hassan Trophy, Oosthuizen scattered a star-studded St Andrews field to become the biggest surprise winner of the Open since Todd Hamilton back at Troon in 2004.
It was expected to refuel there and fly on to RAF Andrews Field, near Braintree, in Essex.
Andrews Field Grains and Cereals Trading, "for refusing to answer the proper questions of the senators regarding his financing arrangements with his financiers during the public hearing/inquiry.
The plane was operated by a syndicate of three people and was based at RAF Andrews Field in Great Saling, near Braintree, Essex.