A Helping Hand

Arana-Barradas, Louis A.
November 1999
Airman;Nov99, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p10
Focuses on the impact of the departure of the airmen in Howard Air Force Base in Panama on the Panamians as the 1977 Panama Canal Treaty ends. Benefits of the base to the Panamians according to Migdalea Murillo, a senior who resides on the shores of Panama Bay; Comments by Master Sergeant Jim McKenzie, the paying and collecting superintendent at the base, on the Panamians' appreciation of their services.


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