Coral Springs, FL, June 13, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV recounts an old urban legend that appears to have some validity. According to theory, when the nation's Interstate highway system was designed during the late days of World War II, planners cleverly incorporated a policy of having one out of every five miles of highway built as straight as possible. That way, in case of war or other state of emergency, these stretches of highway could be used as impromptu landing strips. While the authorities deny that this is the case, there is no secret that it is true with similar expressway systems in Europe and other regions. Whether or not the straight-aways built into our highway system were meant for that purpose, many times each year some private pilot is thankful they are present, as they are often used for an emergency landing in cases of engine failure.
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