Making Goodfellow part II: The telegram
The Great Depression left more than a few cities across the United States eager for the economic stimulation that came with rearmament and proximity to a military installation. Selma, Alabama, for example, provided nearly 2,000 acres for the pilot school that would become Craig Air Force Base. Above, San Angelo’s offer was no less generous. (Courtesy photo)

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Photo by: Senior Airman Scott Jackson |  VIRIN: 160121-F-HF287-001.JPG