Stories for April 1989

Friday, April 28

Merger Most Foul

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Friday, April 21

We're the New Wardens

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Caught Between Zones

It always pays to read the fine print. San Diego city planners learned this lesson the hard way last month, when they belatedly discovered that their two-year-old proposal to rezone the commercial center of Pacific ...

Friday, April 14

When you take care of a Navy F-14, you own i

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Thursday, April 13

Wing Men

When you take care of a Navy F-14, you own it.

The dawn’s light is just beginning to angle through the mist to strike the cloud-colored F-14 fighter jet parked in a row in front of hangar three. The flight line at Miramar consists of 7 ...

The F-14: A Bad Bird?

The F-14 Tomcat prototype crashed on its maiden flight December 21, 1970, and ever since then questions about safety have dogged the Navy’s frontline fighter/interceptor. Five F-14s, four of them based at Miramar, crashed in ...

Friday, April 7

Dutiful Daughter

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