Norton Air Force Base Museum celebrates Second Anniversary

Photo/Anthony Victoria

A family looks at memorabilia that commemorates the old Air Force base's and museum's namesake, Leland Francis Norton, during a celebration on March 21.  Captain Norton's A-20 Havoc was struck by antiaircraft fire on May 27, 1944 near Amiens, France. He was 23 years old.

By Anthony Victoria Twenty-one years ago this month, the Norton Air Force Base closed—leaving thousands of people without employment. The economic hardship that followed continues to be felt in San Bernardino. However, local leaders and veterans believe the San Bernardino International Airport (which was constructed after Norton’s closure) can still…

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UFW Foundation still working for equality, justice, dignity


With the words, “Si se puede!” Cesar Chavez became synonymous with immigrant identity and culture. His legacy and vision stood for equality, justice and dignity for all. Those values are more important today than ever before as millions of workers continue to go without health coverage. Undocumented Californians work hard…

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