1. BK Live 11/11/14: Floyd Bennett Field/ Historic Aircraft Restoration Project


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    Linc Hallowell, Park Ranger, Gateway National Recreation Area, discusses Floyd Bennett Field and the historic aircraft restoration project. Original air date: Nov 11, 2014 BRICartsmedia.org/bkindiemedia Produced by: Clinton Philson, Jr.

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    • Visiting The Naval Air Station Lemoore (NAS)! (July 26, 2014)


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      In this video, it shows us visiting the Naval Air Station Lemoore, or NAS. It is where they do maintenance on the super hornet jets. It was Uncle Belo's work! He was showing us around and what he does and the different parts of the jets. It was pretty neat! It was my first time seeing these super hornet jets up close and personal! **This was during our mini, random Hanford/Lemoore vacation outing with the family there. It was my sis, me, Richie, and cousins Steven and Jesse that went on this unexpected trip down to Hanford/Lemoore, CA. We had stayed at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino located in Lemoore, CA. We also visited Auntie's bakery. The weather was around triple digits during our stay...phew! We also explored around Hanford a bit and ate some awesome ice cream at the Superior Dairy! During our last evening, we finally did Racquelle's photoshoot...the main reason why we came on this trip. By Sunday, July 27, 2014, we left the hotel just after 9 a.m. and headed to Auntie Elsa's house in Hanford, CA to meet with them since we were attending church with them. Their church was the GTC, or Glad Tidings Church. We spent the remainder of our stay at Hanford at Uncle's house, just chilling and playing games and whatnot. We finally headed home just after 4:30 p.m. We had a nice time hanging out with our family in Hanford/Lemoore, despite the blazing heat outside!** (The outing was from July 25-27, 2014)

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      • Weymouth Naval Air Station in Massachusetts


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        Once abandoned, and now in the middle of a massive redevelopment effort. Here are some vignettes of what remains of this 1942 landmark in South Weymouth, Massachusetts. Music by Jon Hopkins

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        • Use of "drones" may help Border Patrol in Texas, Arizona


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          The Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas uses unmanned aerial systems, or "drones" to remotely patrol the United States/Mexico border in conjunction with Customs and Border Protection. Produced by Trahern Jones and Alex Lancial. Filmed and edited by Alex Lancial. About this project: As part of the Cronkite School’s Southwest Borderlands Initiative, students report on border and immigration issues in the U.S. and other countries. This project "Two Borders," focuses on security, labor, tourism and business issues on the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico.

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          • Tamara Cook, Principal Transportation Planner, NCTOG


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            Fast Forward: April 2013 Closed Captioning is available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ-1aIb5RyE Provided by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska Transportation Center For more information, contact Valerie Lefler: vlefler2@unl.edu Disclaimer: "FAST FORWARD" is an initiative for middle, high school, and community college students and faculty to enhance their knowledge of the transportation enterprise. "Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the Author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Federal Highway Administration."

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            • Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale


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              This booklet is a concise reference for WWII history enthusiasts. All proceeds from this book will go directly to the NASFL Museum a Non-Profit Organization. World War II images in aviation art, B&W and color. The book features: Descriptions, facts and anecdotes. Aviation art by Bob Jenny. Line-art by Architect Paul Bradley. Sequence of Events on Flight 19 with a collage of the crew, memorial art and vintage photos. Facts on Ensign George H.W. Bush. WWII photos & mail correspondence. Visit the Museum's website: www.nasflmuseum.com

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              • Missing: Amelia Earhart


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                The Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum hosted a reception to showcase "Our Poetic Tribute to Amelia Earhart" in honor of April 2012 National Poetry Month. Produced by Broward County, Florida Poet-in-Residence Anastasia Clark. Many of the poets that participated got to see the poetry collection before it leaves on its way to the Amelia Earhart Birthplace Museum, in Atchison, Kansas. For more info: http://www.nasflmuseum.com/new-blog.html

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                • Philosophy of the Early Church Era


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                  Mr. Daniel discusses the primary philosophy of the Early Church era (from the time of the Apostles to the early-middle 4th Century). He notes the simplicity of the early church's meetings, and their balanced approach to spiritual and earthly things.

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                  • Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum


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                    http://www.nasflmuseum.com - Video created by Minerva Bloom. A collection of images and art from the Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale (NASFL). The Naval Air Station Fort Lauderdale Museum is dedicated to preserving the history and memory of the Naval Air Station, presently the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport which was located in Port Everglades during the Period of 1942 - 1946. Over the past several years, Broward County has demolished most of the buildings that housed NAS Fort Lauderdale during WWII. The primary mission of the Museum's Association is to collect and preserve information, books, naval art, photographs, artifacts and vintage memorabilia that were associated with NASFL, for the purpose of educating the public about the very important role that the Greater Ft Lauderdale area performed for the United States during WWII. With the help of many volunteers this non-profit Museum has also been instrumental in preserving the memory of Flight 19 - The Lost Patrol, one of the great aviation mysteries. Location: 4000 West Perimeter Rd., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315 Tel: (954) 359-440 www.nasflmuseum.com

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