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April 22, 1985

An Air Force team began its investigation into the crash of a military twin-engine jet that killed Gen. Jerome O'Malley, 53, commander of the Tactical Air Command, his wife and three crew members. An Air Force spokesman said it may take a month to determine the cause of the crash at Wilkes-Barre-Scranton, Pa., airport because there was no flight recorder on board. Officials said it was not uncommon for a small plane not to be equipped with one.

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