In an unfortunate incident, a six-year-old girl from India died of heat stroke in an Arizona desert after her mother left her with other migrants to go in search of water, a medical examiner and US Border Patrol said. The girl, Gurupreet Kaur, soon to celebrate her seventh birthday, was found by US Border Patrol west of Lukeville, Arizona on Wednesday, when temperatures reached a high of 108 degrees Fahrenheit (42 Celsius), U.S. Border Patrol and the Pima County Office of the Medical Examiner (PCOME) said.
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At the Beginning of World War II the United States Army Air Corps was ranked 18th in the world, the Lack of planes and trained pilots to fly them was appalling. in the months before war broke out the US Government began a Vast Recruiting on training program for all branches of the armed services. The Air Corps was considered the furthest behind. with the invention in the 1930's of high aerial bombing, new planes and pilots were in high demand, as well as locations for the new men and machines to practice.
Far out in the Desert of southern Arizona, on a Private Ranch where Cattle now graze is a single finger ridge hiding it scars beneath sage brush and cactus. This spot was a Vital location for men who flew 1,000 feet above, for if they could hit this mark, then over Germany in the months that followed this Practice run would be a Step Towards Victory!…
Follow Us as we Explore the history behind a WWII Bombing Range!!
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