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June 23, 1986

The body of a Green Beret sergeant stabbed to death by a Honduran soldier during joint military maneuvers in Honduras was flown to Panama en route to the United States. A joint U.S.-Honduran investigation was continuing into the death of Staff Sgt. Timothy Hudgens, 28, of Morristown, Tenn. A second American, Sgt. Christopher Bresko, was wounded. The U.S. soldiers, members of the 7th Special Forces unit based at Ft. Bragg, N.C., were participating in maneuvers that began June 4 in two provinces of eastern Honduras near the Nicaraguan border.

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