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|This is Luke Air Force Base Auxilary Landing Field. |
Luke was the largest fighter training base is the country for half a century. 50 years ago before this area was populated, Luke used these fields to practice emergency landings and such. The fields are simply gravel, in a triangle shape to alow for unpowered landings depending on which way the wind is blowing.
|St. Luke’s International Hospital began in 1902 as a small clinic in Tsukiji, Tokyo, founded by Rudolph Bolling Teusler, a missionary doctor sent by the American Episcopal Church. It has since grown into one of the premier general hospitals in Japan. |
|This one at Luke AFB Phoenix.||12/02/2007||400|
|The next F-16 base is the Luke AFB.|
It has eight squadrons of F-16 Fighting Falcons and it is used to train pilots flying Sorties at Barry M. Goldwater Air Force Range where they drop practice bombs. It is home to the 56th Fighter Wing.
|The location of the "Girlmore Girls"-Shooting/ Stars Hollow.|
The mark is right on "Luke´s Diner".
|The six London churches designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, a student of Sir Christopher Wren, along with a seventh, St Luke's Old Street, which he designed with John James.||09/24/2005||305|
|The Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum has an impressive array of airplanes and spacecraft under it's roof including a B-1B bomber and an X-wing fighter (maybe not Luke Skywalker's) Basically can't miss it, a big tin shed with a B-52 out the front.||08/28/2005||303|
|1980: John Lennon shot dead|
Former Beatle John Lennon was shot dead by an unknown gunman who opened fire outside the musician's New York apartment.
The 40-year-old was shot several times as he entered the Dakota, his luxury apartment building on Manhattan's Upper West Side, opposite Central Park, at 23:00 local time.
He was rushed in a police car to St Luke's Roosevelt Ho...
|Matmâta (also spelled Matamata) is a small village in southern Tunisia. Some of the local Berber residents live in traditional underground structures. These structures are created by digging a large pit in the ground. Around the perimeter of this pit are artificial caves used as rooms. Some homes are comprised of multiple pits, connected by trench-like passageways. This type of home was made fa...||07/11/2006||294|
|In 1934, the Army Air Corps saw the need for another airfield in Hawai‘i and assigned the Quartermaster Corps the job of constructing a modern airdrome from tangled brush and sugar cane fields adjacent to Pearl Harbor. The site consisted of 2,200 acres (9 km²) of ancient, emerged coral reef covered by a thin layer of soil, with the Pearl Harbor entrance channel and naval reservation marking its...||10/28/2008||872|