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May 26, 1985 | MARJORIE MILLER and NANCY REED, Times Staff Writers
A Navy pilot died Saturday after ejecting from a fighter jet that caught fire during a training flight and crashed into the channel leading into sailboat-filled San Diego Bay. A woman flight officer survived. Apparently trying to avoid running into sailboats, Lt. Matthew C. Hawley of St. Louis ejected from the aircraft at such a low altitude that his parachute failed to open.
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June 21, 2006 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Longtime San Diego firefighter Tracy Jarman promised Tuesday that if confirmed as chief she will be "outspoken" about the Fire Department's needs -- not an easy thing to do in a city with a long history of skimping on fire protection. Jarman, 50, the city's acting fire chief, was nominated Monday by Mayor Jerry Sanders to succeed Jeff Bowman, who resigned in frustration over a paucity of resources and lack of political will at City Hall to do much about it.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 2006 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Longtime San Diego firefighter Tracy Jarman promised Tuesday that if confirmed as chief she will be "outspoken" about the Fire Department's needs -- not an easy thing to do in a city with a long history of skimping on fire protection. Jarman, 50, the city's acting fire chief, was nominated Monday by Mayor Jerry Sanders to succeed Jeff Bowman, who resigned in frustration over a paucity of resources and lack of political will at City Hall to do much about it.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1985 | MARJORIE MILLER and NANCY REED, Times Staff Writers
A Navy pilot died Saturday after ejecting from a fighter jet that caught fire during a training flight and crashed into the channel leading into sailboat-filled San Diego Bay. A woman flight officer survived. Apparently trying to avoid running into sailboats, Lt. Matthew C. Hawley of St. Louis ejected from the aircraft at such a low altitude that his parachute failed to open.
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