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  • Pakistani forces battled a group of militants for some 15 hours before ending an air-base siege, in another embarrassment for the military.

    What's News: World-Wide

  • A vast white altar has been constructed at an air-base in the southwestern suburb of Cuatro Vientos where the pope will culminate his visit on Sunday with a celebration of mass beneath a giant parasol tree made of interwoven golden rods.

    World Youth Day Underway in Spain

  • My earliest memories are of weekend visits to air-base flight lines and sitting in the cockpits of C-124s and C-97s and C-47s and other cargo planes, where Dad allowed me to grab the control yokes and “steer” the parked monsters.

    Riding Rockets

  • The four leaders huddled with their top aides for a closed-door session at an air-base on Terceira Island on Sunday, March 16.

    Plan of Attack

  • Rwandan units and Congolese rebels to withdraw from the Atlantic air-base at Kitona to the northern Angolan town of Maquela do

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • So, John Hannah, who was chairman then, said, "What the heck, we'll go out to the air-base" -- Montgomery Air University, seat of all the ROTCs, etc.

    God, Country, Notre Dame

  • The air-base commander didn't bother forwarding that.

    Red Storm Rising

  • Benedikt had been here when I came in from the air-base soon after dark and I asked him to eat with me because I wanted to know why he'd searched my room.

    The Striker Portfolio

  • I'd already checked on him, coming into the air-base.

    The Striker Portfolio

  • Yes Name's Martin and he's officially attached to the Accidents Investigation Branch working at an air-base called Linsdorf.

    The Striker Portfolio

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