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News - July 16, 2010

Plans to destroy Hangar One relics may be unnecessary

Navy rethinks plans to trash lights, walls and buildings inside historic structure

by Daniel DeBolt

As a Navy contractor mobilizes to deconstruct much of Moffett Field's landmark Hangar One to remove contaminants, preservationists and NASA Ames employees questioned the necessity and cost effectiveness of removing several historically valuable interior structures last week.

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