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The Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum is located on the former Lowry Air Force Base, about a 30-minute drive from the resort and only 15 minutes from the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center.
Air Academy Federal Credit Union serves the cadets, officers and civilians of the USAF Academy at Lowry Air Force Base. Membership now also includes employees and students of ten school districts and over 250 select employee groups and their families.
According to the citation that accompanies Anderson's Commendation Medal, Staff Sergeant Anderson, the Procurement Supervisor, 3415th Resource Management Group, Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado, earned it for his work from Nov.
TIF has been essential to the infrastructure needs of large infill developments in Denver such as the former Stapleton Airport and the former Lowry Air Force Base. The City and County of Denver has had a consistent goal of ensuring that developments support their own costs and "pay their own way," but the magnitude of these redevelopments meant that the city would have needed decades to develop the financing on its own.
Department of Defense closed Lowry Air Force Base in 1994, it left 1,000 vacant buildings, three runways and 12 square miles of chain-link fence.
After five years, Bell was placed in an Air Force corrections program as a rehabilitation team chief at Lowry Air Force Base in Denver.
Nolan landed a position as a temporary GS-3, working for the Air Force Finance and Accounting Center at Lowry Air Force Base, Colo.
During the war she worked at Lowry Air Force Base in the motor pool and as a general's driver.
Sam Houston in Texas, Gunter Air Force Base in Alabama, Lowry Air Force Base in Colorado, as well as overseas in Germany until his honorable discharge on January 5, 1955.
* The mayors of Denver and neighboring Aurora, Colorado--who in 1994 jointly inherited the 1,866-acre Lowry Air Force Base, 15 minutes from Denver, with its 1,000 vacant buildings, 28 miles of obsolete streets, three runways and a 12-mile-long chain-link fence--established the Lowry Economic Recovery Project (LERP), a 40-member advisory committee to handle reuse planning.
Hubert Harmon, the director of the planning for the future Air Force Academy and Superintendent-designate, intervened to bring him to that institution in 1954 as Professor of Economics and Vice Dean of the Faculty at its temporary location on Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado.