Second Wind

Tudor, Jason
August 2002
Airman;Aug2002, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p38
Features the Rhein-Mein Air Base in Frankfurt, Germany, which is gaining a second wind as it reopens to support the U.S. war in Afghanistan called Operation Enduring Freedom. Range of activities in the base; Closure timeline; Growing support for keeping the base open.


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