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PT test tracks too long for Air Force

The Air Force Times reports that PT test tracks at Goodfellow Air Force Base in Texas and Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts were too long, 85 feet and 360 feet respectively, and may have cost 59 airmen their careers as a result. The Goodfellow track was last accurately measured in 2010. At some point, […]
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