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... provides critical aerospace
maintenance and regeneration capabilities for Joint and Allied/Coalition
warfighters in support of global operations and agile combat support
for a wide range of military operations.
Although AMARG traces its heritage back to 1946 when the 4105 th Army
Air Force Base Unit was established to store and manage vast numbers of ...
Leaving Yuma at 8:48am.... hot already... we pass through US Inspection just a short distance east of Yuma. The Mexican border is really not too far south of here so that is why the inspections we think. They wave us right through not even looking at our passports. They have dogs working at sniffing the vehicles. Nice mountains and foothills around. Yuma is a big ...
... RV Park.
We had a good dinner and met an outstanding server, Kassandra. She's nearly finished with her degree in Criminal Justice. We had a great visit with her. All of the staff were friendly.
This morning, Sunday, we went back to Dealer Numero Uno and drove the Itasca...with a manager. Long story short, they wanted too much money that we didn't want to spend.
... of Arizona. This University is huge and right in the middle of Tucson. Pretty campus and we drove through it for miles seeing the football stadium, basketball stadium and all the sports venues as well as some academic buildings. It is very different from a typical New England college campus. They don’t have these huge buildings that look like sky scrapers many buildings are low to the ground..
... really something else. Glad not to get another puncture we bounced back on to the highway for a quick look at the famous view as per close encounters. To be honest I'm amazed tourists go there and miss what is just a few miles up the road. Motel for the night (with pool!) was well deserved after another 7hours at 35C in full bike gear. Had to feel for the German bloke - he's camping virtually all the way. With Mexico on the horizon will try and update the blog text as we go ...