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Benson Municipal Airport (Arizona)

Municipal airport the Benson public use airport located 3.5 km Northwest of the Central business district of the city of Benson, a town in the district Cochise, Arizona, United States, 35 miles East of Tucson international airport. The airport wa ...

Arizona State Route 287

State route 287, also known as SR 287, mostly from the East to West highway in Central Arizona. Originally, this highway number only applied to Florence-Coolidge highway branch in Casa Grande was added later.

Arizona State Route 387

State route 387, also known as SR 387, a state highway in South-Central Arizona, United States traveling from state route 87 West of Coolidge West to interstate 10, then South to its intersection with highway 84 and highway 287 in Casa Grande.

The Asphalt

Asphalt is an American rock band formed in 2001 in lake Havasu city, AZ. The band was founded by Randy Mazick and currently consists of Randy Mazick, Jason Marino, Chikli Clifford and Nick Turner.

Lake Havasu City Airport

Airport lake Havasu city, also known as lake Havasu airport, city of-public-use airport located 6 km North from the Central business district of the city of lake Havasu city, Mohave County, Arizona, United States of America. The airport is mainly ...

Death of Brandon Mendoza

Brandon Mendoza was Latin American police in Mesa, Arizona, who was killed in the intoxicated illegal alien who was driving in the wrong direction. Mendoza was one of the first officers volunteer to wear a body camera. After his death, a Fund was ...

Safford Regional Airport

Regional airport Safford in Graham County, Arizona, 3 miles East of Safford, which owns it. National plan FAAS integrated airport systems for 2009-2013 klassificeret it as a General aviation center. This is the only paved airport in Graham County.

McDowell Sonoran Preserve

The Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran preserve is a large, permanently protected, sustainable environment in the desert in Scottsdale, Arizona. The reserve covers approximately 30.500 area of 123 m 2 next, and it is the largest city Park technically "r ...

Sedona Airport

Sedona airport is a small not towered airport located 2 km southwest of the Central business district of Sedona, a city in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States of America. The airport occupies 220 acres and has one runway and one helipad. Altho ...

Sierra Vista Municipal Airport

Municipal airport Sierra Vista joint use airport civil and military, which separates the hall from the airfield of the army Libby, is on the "Fort Huachuca" in the city of Sierra Vista, the city and U.S. army installation in Cochise County, Arizo ...

Marley Park

Marley Park is a residential complex in Surprise, Arizona, USA. The building is 950 acres, 380 hectares, most of the area formed by West Waddell road, North Reems Road, North Williams Avenue and West cactus road. It includes a number of small pub ...

H.A. Clark Memorial Field

H. A. Clark memorial field General use Airport located in Williams, Arizona. Federal aviation administration cap used to be П32.

Arizona State Route 99

SR 99 starts in Leupp on the Navajo and heads South to interstate 40 West of Winslow. From there, the route runs parallel with I-40 after I-40 in Winslow on business spur 40. In the centre of Winslow, SR 99 heads South to SR 87 before separated f ...

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