March Edness 2018: Day 5
It's Day 5 of this year's March Edness! Can you guess the location in the photo? Enter your guess in the form below by 8:00 p.m. (What's March Edness? Learn all about it here.)
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In 2009, a memorial was established to honor the aviators and squadrons that trained at the Santa Barbara airport during World War II. The monument, a miniature version of the Washington Monument in black granite, bears the names of local aviators who died in WWII.
In the early 1900's the Goleta Slough housed a small airstrip that eventually became a municipal airport, thanks to Marines who moved in to build up the area during WWII. Read a full history by Tom Modugno at GoletaHistory.com.
The exact address is a bit hard to find, so we accepted most answers that generally described it's location: WWII memorial near the airport, near long-term parking, near the SBA Vista overlook, and even 500 James Fowler Road.
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