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One in Five Miles of Interstate Has to Be Straight to Land a Plane—True or False?
One in Five Miles of Interstate Has to Be Straight to Land a Plane—True or False?
If you ask most Americans if the interstate system throughout the United States was built with the regulation that for every 5 miles of winding road there had to be 1 mile of straight highway in order to land a military plane if need be, they will more than likely say "oh yeah, that's true". One historian has something to say to every American about the One Mile in Five claims.

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