Lakefront view, cloudy future

Kinkade, Mark
February 2004
Airman;Feb2004, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p44
Focuses on Goodfellow Air Force Base which became one of the first military bases to lease housing from civilian companies when the Air Force secured several homes near the lake for military families in San Angelo, Texas. Mission; Population; History; Climate; Cost of living; Education; Recreation.


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