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Stan Rudney was born in 1917 in Brooklyn. During the late 1930s, Rudney worked as a military civilian contractor helping to build Harmon Field in Newfoundland, among other jobs. After the Second World War began, he enlisted in the army and was stationed at a number of bases during the war, including a short stint in San Francisco. After the war he alternated between activity duty and civilian work, including periods at Fort Mason and the OAB.

Keywords: Core Base Functions: Technology and labor; Military objectives and tasks; Transportation networks;
City within a City: Military and social hierarchies


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