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Foster Field

Foster Field is a baseball stadium in San Angelo, Texas. It was built in 2000 for the San Angelo Colts and the Angelo State University Rams. The Colts play in the North American League and are the primary tenants. The Angelo State University Rams Baseball team is the secondary tenant in the facility. The stadium is located on the campus of Angelo State University. The stadium can seat 4,200 fans.

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... Foster Air Force Base was established as an advanced single-engine flying school for fighter pilots six miles (10 km) northeast of Victoria, in the spring of ... Foster was assigned to the AAF Gulf Coast Training Center, with the Army Air Force Pilot School (Advanced Single-Engine) activated (phase 3 pilot training) ... Matagorda, at least ten auxiliary landing fields and a sub-base (Aloe AAF, built in 5 ... miles southwest of Victoria) was controlled by Foster for emergency landings and aircraft ...

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