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Norman Army Airfield is a United States Army airfield located near the city of Norman, Oklahoma. The airfield’s primary mission is as a forward operating location (FOL) for the Air Combat Command. It is a Class D airfield capable of accommodating military aircraft of the U.S. Army. It is named for Major David R. Norman, a World War II Army fighter pilot of the 78th Fighter Squadron, who was killed in the Battle of the Bulge on January 23, 1945.


World War II
Norman Army Airfield was originally constructed in 1942 as Hazelrigg Field, a sub-base of Will Rogers Field in Oklahoma City, in response to American entry into World War II. At the time, it was designated as an Army Air Corps training field for carrier-based squadrons. The first Army Air Force units at Hazelrigg were the 81st Bombardment Squadron (Light) and 65th Bombardment Squadron. The Army Air Forces (AAF) took over the facility on April 1, 1942 and renamed it Hazelrigg Field.

Strategic Air Command
In 1952, the Strategic Air Command (SAC) activated the 1560th Strategic Wing at Hazelrigg and it provided forward area command and control (FAC&C) for the first time in the history of the United States Air Force. The 1560th remained at Hazelrigg until 1963 when it moved to Eglin Air Force Base in Florida, leaving the 1003d Air Base Wing to provide manpower and materiel support at Hazelrigg until that time. It is the only USAF unit to retain a military airfield designation when it moved to a reserve installation. After leaving Norman the 1560th Strategic Wing was not renumbered. It was replaced at Hazelrigg by the 2200th Combat Support Group which assumed its mission, personnel, and equipment.

Norman AFB

The 2200th Strategic Wing was deactivated in 1976 and its mission, personnel and equipment transferred to Eglin Air Force Base. The base was renamed as Norman Air Force Base and was assigned to the United States Air Force Reserve. On October 1, 1992, the Air Force realigned their numbered Air Force bases. For a

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Postgresql/pgadmin4: «invalid storage format» error

I’m using Postgresql 9.5 with pgadmin4 and when executing a query (just testing it by directly executing the query from pgadmin) I get an error:

ERROR: invalid input syntax for integer: » -1.00001″

I’ve searched other posts about this and I found that it’s only related to bigints.
I’m using double precision in this table (which I’ve tested and everything works fine).
But when I remove that column, the same error shows up.
I have tried to change the column type to char (to let it accept special characters) and tried to change the language too.
Someone knows how to fix this?


The error message is quite clear.
Instead of decimal, use numeric:
CREATE TABLE mytable (id numeric);

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