An airman checks identification at the Pass Road gate at Keesler Air Force Base in 2001. Congress should revise the rules guiding base realignment and closure and authorize a new round, a new paper from a conservative think tank recommended.
An airman checks identification at the Pass Road gate at Keesler Air Force Base in 2001. Congress should revise the rules guiding base realignment and closure and authorize a new round, a new paper from a conservative think tank recommended. Sun Herald file
An airman checks identification at the Pass Road gate at Keesler Air Force Base in 2001. Congress should revise the rules guiding base realignment and closure and authorize a new round, a new paper from a conservative think tank recommended. Sun Herald file

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