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Old July 1st 03, 04:37 AM
Walt BJ
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Go to www.G2mil.com for more dope on base closings. there are lots and
lots of rinkydink little bases that can be closed to make that 25%
look great. Also, as a result of Vieques shutting down, Rosey Roads is
due for the axe.
Walt BJ
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Old July 1st 03, 01:00 PM
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This vanity site's reflections on BRAC are based on one man's rather poorly
informed opinion. He stumbles into some pretty good recommendations. He
also stumbles onto some pretty bad ones.

R / John


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Old July 1st 03, 02:17 PM
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walt- Also, as a result of Vieques shutting down, Rosey Roads is
due for the axe. BRBR

Where do attack weenies go to drop live ordnance now? On the east coast?

Too bad about Rosy, good flying out of there during workups...'tent city
transitions'....
P. C. Chisholm
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Old July 5th 03, 01:35 AM
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In article ,
Joel Shepherd wrote:

John Larson wrote:
Leaves and weeds have taken over the concourse near what used to be
the Navy Exchange, right, and Furniture Gallery and a restaurant at
Kalaeloa since the Navy closed Barbers Point Naval Air Station four
years ago.
Bruce Asato € The Honolulu Advertiser


Sounds reminiscent of what befell Sand Point NAS, here in Washington
State. The base was closed and handed over to civilian control. It's
taken many years for any sort of concrete plans to develop for how the
area should be used, and meanwhile it's steadily deteriorated. One
hopes the old brick officers quarters and administration buildings
will be maintained and put to good use.


The eco-Nazis in Seattle managed to spike plans to make Sand Point into
a nice, much-needed general aviation airport.

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