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Representative William Delahunt (left to right), Senator John Kerry, Governor Mitt Romney, and Senator Edward Kennedy made the case on May 20 to keep Otis Air National Guard Base open. According to Pentagon documents, Otis will remain open, but will be realigned, with the 102d Fighter Wing going to Barnes Municipal Airport Air Guard Station in Westfield. <img src ='http://cache.boston.com/bonzai-fba/File-Based_Image_Resource/dingbat_arrow_icon.gif' alt='' title='' height='9' width='4' border='0' /> <a target='new' href ='http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusetts/articles/2005/09/13/officials_now_say_otis_will_stay_open'>Story
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Representative William Delahunt (left to right), Senator John Kerry, Governor Mitt Romney, and Senator Edward Kennedy made the case on May 20 to keep Otis Air National Guard Base open. According to Pentagon documents, Otis will remain open, but will be realigned, with the 102d Fighter Wing going to Barnes Municipal Airport Air Guard Station in Westfield. Story
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