Task force mobilizing to defend Goldwater range

Fessenden, Jim
October 1998
Inside Tucson Business;10/19/98, Vol. 8 Issue 30, p7
Reports that the first objective of Arizona governor's Task Force for Military Facilities is to ensure that the Barry Goldwater Testing Range remains open after 2001. Contribution of the military to the state's economy; Rationale behind the bases' closures; Steps taken to prevent them.


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