What Links an Auto Proving Ground to a School of International Management?

July 19, 2017

My Summer 2017 Editor's Column discusses the many Army Airfields the feds built for pilot training during World War II in Arizona. The state's sunny skies made for perfect flying weather.Some of these airfields are still used as military installations. Others have been re-purposed as civilian airports, an airplane storage facility, and - yes - the former Ford Motors Auto Proving Ground in Yucca and the Thunderbird School of International Management at ASU in Glendale. Visit the magazine's website and see what other surprises we offer.

 

 

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