Examples of airfield in a Sentence
the passenger jet made an emergency landing at an abandoned airfield
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The drones fly out of airfields up and down the Iranian coast, mainly watching U.S. ships and taking photos.
In 2007, the Bush administration invested $17 million in preparing empty fields on the Leeward side of the base, not far from Guantánamo’s lone functioning airfield, for a series of pop-up tent cities capable of housing 30,000 migrants.
That drives them to think about the use of missiles and potentially nuclear weapons or other payloads against key airfields to try to neutralize that threat.
The Pacific island is home to a strategic U.S. naval base and airfield.
Although there has been an increase in passenger numbers at Hollywood Burbank this year, its parking revenues continue to remain relatively flat, said Mary Tromp, the airfield’s parking manager.
After jumping from the plane, he was held by an airfield construction crew until police arrived and arrested him.
A spokesman for San Francisco International Airport said that the teen was stopped by an airfield construction workers who held him until police arrived.
America already has a large airfield and naval station in Djibouti.
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