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26 June, 03:40

How did the Manhattan Construction Company contribute to Oklahoma's efforts during World War II? A. It set up a landing strip at Ponca City Municipal Airport. B. It set up an infantry training camp at Camp Gruber. C. It set up an aircraft repair shop at Vance Air Force Base. D. It set up a naval training facility at Miami, Oklahoma.

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  1. 26 June, 05:30
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    The correct answer is B.

    The Manhattan Construction Company was founded in Oklahoma in 1896. During WWII, it invested over 1 billion $ in building facilities for military operations, including Camp Gruber which was a facility used to trained the soldiers of the Oklahoma Army National Guard and other camps in the same region.
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