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... Squadron arrived at Ford Island, known by then as Luke Field, named for "balloon buster" Frank Luke who fell in action during World War I on the Western Front in ... Also by this time, Luke Field was used jointly by the aerial forces of the Army and Navy ... air units the 23d Bombardment Squadron moved to Luke from March Field, California on 25 Jan 1923, and the 72d Bombardment Squadron was activated at Luke on 1 May 1923 The first detachment of twenty men started ...
... ended up at the United States Navy's Luke Field on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor ... The flight resumed three days later from Luke Field with Earhart, Noonan and Manning on board and during the takeoff run, Earhart ground-looped ... Some witnesses at Luke Field including the Associated Press journalist on the scene said they saw a tire blow ...
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