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February 15, 1988 | United Press International
Thousands of Thai troops, backed by tanks and artillery, were airlifted into a bloody border zone Sunday to secure disputed territory from Laos before peace talks begin. The military also confirmed the downing of a Thai bomber by Laotian anti-aircraft fire Saturday. It was the second Thai warplane lost in 11 weeks of fighting that has killed hundreds of men on both sides.
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January 5, 1990 | Associated Press
The United States and Laos will conduct a joint excavation of two U.S. aircraft crash sites trying to account for American soldiers missing in action from the Vietnam War, the Pentagon said Thursday. The excavation of the sites in southern Laos, surveyed by U.S. and Laos officials in March and August, 1989, is scheduled to begin today, the Pentagon said in a brief statement. About 2,300 Americans are listed as missing in action from the Vietnam War, about 545 of them in Laos.
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January 5, 1990 | Associated Press
The United States and Laos will conduct a joint excavation of two U.S. aircraft crash sites trying to account for American soldiers missing in action from the Vietnam War, the Pentagon said Thursday. The excavation of the sites in southern Laos, surveyed by U.S. and Laos officials in March and August, 1989, is scheduled to begin today, the Pentagon said in a brief statement. About 2,300 Americans are listed as missing in action from the Vietnam War, about 545 of them in Laos.
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February 15, 1988 | United Press International
Thousands of Thai troops, backed by tanks and artillery, were airlifted into a bloody border zone Sunday to secure disputed territory from Laos before peace talks begin. The military also confirmed the downing of a Thai bomber by Laotian anti-aircraft fire Saturday. It was the second Thai warplane lost in 11 weeks of fighting that has killed hundreds of men on both sides.
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