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in gaining War Department approval to construct an airfield at Alessandro Field located near Riverside, an airstrip used by aviators from Rockwell Field on crosscountry flights from San Diego. A parade in Riverside on Feb. 9, 1918 gave notice that an army flying field would soon be coming to Riverside. The Army wasted no time in establishing a new airfield. Sgt. Charles E. Garlick, who had landed at Alessandro Field in a “Jenny� in November 1917, was selected to lead the advance contingent of four men to the new base from Rockwell Field. On Feb. 26, 1918, Garlick and his crew and a group of muleskinners from nearby Colton, known to be experts in clearing land as well as for their colorful syntax, began the task of excavating the building foundations at Alessandro. On March 20, 1918, Alessandro Flying Training Field became March Field, named in honor of Second Lt. Peyton C. March, Jr., son of the Army chief of staff, who had been killed in a flying accident in Texas the previous month. By late April 1918, enough progress had been made in

the construction of the new field to allow the arrival of the first troops. The commander of the 818th Aero Squadron detachment, Capt. William Carruthers, took over as the field’s first commander and for a time operated out of an office in the Mission Inn. Within a record 60 days, the grain stubble-covered plain of Moreno Valley had been partially transformed to include 12 hangars, six barracks equipped for 150 men each, mess halls, a machine shop, post exchange, hospital, a supply depot, an aero repair building, bachelor officer’s quarters and a residence for the commanding officer. On May 15 when the first JN-4D “Jenny� took off, March Field seemed to have come into its own as a training installation. The signing of the armistice on Nov. 11, 1918, did not halt training at March Field initially but by 1921, the decision had been made to phase down all activities at the new base in accordance with sharply reduced military budgets. In April 1923, March Field closed its doors with one ser100TH YEAR DPOUJOVFEPO1BHF

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had an agenda.â€? She also explained that the Pences had rabbits as pets throughout the years. “We had rabbits even before we had children. They are easy pets to have and can even be potty trained. They are very tame. Maybe we will be able to expand the bunny population as pets in this country. Marlon is friendly and lives with us in the observatory, where the second family resides. He is cuddly and will follow you around like a dog when out of his cage.â€? What can people learn from Marlon about the vice president’s duties? A few lines in the book, “But, the most important meeting is first. That’s the one with the president!â€? Mrs. Pence told of how Mike Pence and “the president have a very close working relationship. Besides having meetings, they speak on the phone once or twice a day. He goes down to the Oval Office frequently. The office of the VP is shaped by BUNNY DPOUJOVFEPO1BHF

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and 310 pounds, Miller could be brought along slowly, learning behind the experienced Barksdale. He’ll need to first prove he can keep up with the speed of NFL pass rushers, but could be inserted into the starting lineup by the mid point of the season to give the Chargers a much better offensive line than most of those that Rivers has had in his time with the organization. Round 3, Pick 84 — Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa. The Chargers need more depth at this position and the overall goal would be to improve against the run, combining with the pick of Payne in the first round. Jatavis Brown is a big question mark after

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he had a rough 2017 season adjusting to new defensive coordinator Gus Bradley’s system and the team has made no effort to re-sign Korey Toomer, who remains on the open market. That leaves the team with Hayes Pullard and special teams linebacker Nick Dzubnar as the team’s only options at middle linebacker, which is why a case can easily be made to draft Evans in the first round. Still, Jewell would be a solid pick at No. 84. In four seasons as a member of the Hawkeyes, Jewell racked up 433 tackles with 28 going for a loss of yardage. He added six interceptions and 26 passes defensed, showing that he may be able to add something in pass coverage, something that is essential in today’s NFL. Round 4, Pick 119 — Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville St. This would be an interesting pick as well as one that could have fans scratching their heads. Why not Jessie Bates? Why not Armani Watts? A variety of reasons, actually. Telesco has never seemed to place a huge emphasis on the safety position so it would be out of character for him to think about drafting one before this spot. Bates won’t be on the board at this spot. For all of the questions you have about Siran Neal out of Jacksonville State, there are just as many concerns with Watts. When watching tape of Watts, I see him as a wildly inconsistent player. Lance Zierlein of NFL.com calls him a “feast or famine� player. That doesn’t seem like a Telesco kind of pick. Instead, he’ll take a chance on Neal, who is a better tackler than Watts and brings with him better-than-perceived SUSPENSION DPOUJOVFEPO1BHF

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geant left in charge. March Field remained quiet for only a short time. In July 1926, Congress created the Army Air Corps and approved the Army’s five-year plan which called for an expansion in pilot training and the activation of tactical units. March reopened in 1927 and permanent buildings soon followed. The rehabilitation effort was nearly complete in August 1927, when Maj. Millard F. Harmon reported in to take over the job of base commander and commandant of the flying school. Classes began shortly after his arrival. In the months ahead, Air Force leaders such as Hoyt Vandenberg, Nathan Twining, Thomas Power and Curtis LeMay completed their initial flight training at March Field. The base, however, was about to enter a new era.  As March Field began to take on the appearance of a permanent military installation, the base’s basic mission changed. When Randolph Field began to function as a training site in 1931, March Field became an operational base. Before the end of the year, the 7th Bomb Group, commanded by Maj. Carl A. Spaatz, brought its Condor B-2 and Keystone B-4 bombers to the picturesque field. The activation of the 17th Pursuit Group and several subordinate units along with the arrival of the 1st Bombardment Wing initiated a period where March Field became associated with the Air Corps’ heaviest aircraft as well as an assortment of fighters. In the decade before World War II, March Field took on much of its current appearance. It also became more than a place hard to find on aerial maps of Southern California. Lt. Col. Henry H. (Hap) Arnold, base commander from 1931 to 1936, changed this.

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the Solomon Islands on Jan. 15. t Soviet officials announce that the Red Army has broken the Wehrmacht’s siege of Leningrad on Jan. 18. t Fifty bombers mount the first all American air raid against Germany on Jan. 27. t Nazi German forces liquidate the Jews of the Kraków Ghetto in Occupied Poland on March 13.

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t The drugs Vicodin and Lortab are first produced March 23 in Germany. t Admiral Miklós Horthy, the Regent and Head of State for the Kingdom of Hungary, refused a personal request by Germany to deliver 800,000 Hungarian Jews to the Nazis on April 17. t The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising begins April 19 when Nazi troops enter the Warsaw Ghetto to round up remaining Jews. t The Memphis Belle’s crew becomes the first aircrew in the 8th Air Force to complete its 25-mission tour of duty May 17. t The Allied invasion of Axis-controlled Europe begins July 10 with landings on the island of Sicily off mainland Italy. t Benito Mussolini, the Fascist Prime Minister of Italy since 1925, is arrested July 25

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after the Grand Council of Fascism withdraws its support. “Il Duce� is replaced by General Pietro Badoglio. t General Dwight D. Eisenhower publicly announces the surrender of Italy to the Allies on Sept. 8. The new government would declare war on Germany on Oct. 13. t President Franklin D. Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin meet in Tehran to discuss war strategy on Nov. 28. Two days later, they establish an agreement concerning a planned June 1944 invasion of Europe codenamed Operation Overlord. t General Dwight D. Eisenhower becomes Supreme Allied Commander Europe on Dec. 24.

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serve the residents North Sundance providing great options for neighborhood gatherings and recreation. Additional savings can also be found at Pardee’s newest neighborhood, Avena. Centrally located in the French Valley with breathtaking views, Avena features four unique floor plans with a range of three to five bedrooms, two and one-half to four baths and approximately 2,585 to 3,070 square feet. To learn more about the smart savings available from Pardee Homes, prospective buyers are advised to go to www.pardeehomes.com/smartsavings2018 or call (951) 291-0363 for more information. To visit Canyon Hills from I-15 in Lake Elsinore, exit at Railroad Canyon Road and go east approximately 2.5 miles and turn left on Westridge Way. To visit Sundance in Beaumont, exit I-10 at Highlands Springs Avenue, go north and follow the signs. Avena is located off Winchester Road and Benton Road east of I-215 in Winchester. Established in 1921, Pardee Homes creates new homes and communities for first-time through luxury homebuyers. It was among the first to embrace masterplanned community concepts, green homebuilding measures, environmentally sensitive development practices and customer-focused processes for new home purchase. Pardee Homes is a member of TRI Pointe Group, a family of premium regional homebuilders supported by the significant resources, economies of scale and thought leadership of a national foundation. The family also includes Maracay Homes in Arizona, Quadrant Homes in Washington, Trendmaker Homes in Texas, TRI Pointe Homes in California and Colorado, and Winchester Homes in Maryland and Virginia.

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