In the Right Place

Arana-Barradas, Louis A.
November 1999
Airman;Nov99, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p36
Focuses on the MacDill Air Force Base in Florida and its strategic value for the United States (US) military. Contributions of Haiti in increasing the base's strategic value; Role MacDill will play in the US military activity in Latin America; Impact of the end of the Panama Canal Treaty on MacDill; Status of the base's flying program.


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