Waterlogged Laughlin

October 1998
Airman;Oct98, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p11
Reports that 1st Lt. Scott Hoffman and 2nd Lt. Jason Ginn of the 85th Flying Training Squadron in Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, have gathered floating aircraft wheel chocks from the flightline to ensure storm drains remain free of debris. Flooding of the flight line and other areas on the base caused by floodwaters from Tropical Storm Charley.


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