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    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (AP)

    "Tinker Field,” a painting in honor of Tinker Air Force Base and the man for which it was named, was dedicated May 6 in the Oklahoma Senate.

    The history of Tinker began in 1940 when a group of businessmen learned that the War Department was considering the central United States as a location for a maintenance and supply depot.

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