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August 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
The U.S. Marine Corps on Thursday identified a serviceman from Ohio who was killed and three others, including two from Irvine, who were injured when their Sea Knight helicopter caught fire in flight over Kuwait. All three were with a squadron based at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Killed was Marine Cpl. Matthew J. Michalec, 23, of Mogadore, Ohio. The injured were Capt. Michael S. Jackson, 30, and Cpl. James M. McGuinness, 26, both of Irvine, and Capt. Mathew S.
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August 23, 1996 | From Associated Press
The U.S. Marine Corps on Thursday identified a serviceman from Ohio who was killed and three others, including two from Irvine, who were injured when their Sea Knight helicopter caught fire in flight over Kuwait. All three were with a squadron based at the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Killed was Marine Cpl. Matthew J. Michalec, 23, of Mogadore, Ohio. The injured were Capt. Michael S. Jackson, 30, and Cpl. James M. McGuinness, 26, both of Irvine, and Capt. Mathew S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1996
The Camp Pendleton Marine killed during a helicopter accident in Kuwait this week was identified by the Marine Corps on Tuesday as Cpl. Matthew J. Michalec of Mogodore, Ohio. Michalec was killed and three other Marines were injured Monday when their CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter caught fire in flight and was forced to make an emergency landing about 25 miles northwest of Kuwait City, Marine Capt. T.V. Johnson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1996
The Camp Pendleton Marine killed during a helicopter accident in Kuwait this week was identified by the Marine Corps on Tuesday as Cpl. Matthew J. Michalec of Mogodore, Ohio. Michalec was killed and three other Marines were injured Monday when their CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter caught fire in flight and was forced to make an emergency landing about 25 miles northwest of Kuwait City, Marine Capt. T.V. Johnson said.
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August 10, 1992 | Associated Press
U.S. Marines conducting joint maneuvers in Kuwait suffered their first casualties Sunday with the death of a two-man helicopter crew in a crash, the Navy said. The crewmen, both based at Camp Pendleton, Calif., were Capt. John A. Beving, 28, and 1st Lt. David L. Jones, 30, according to a statement from the camp. Beving's parents live in Silver Spring, Md., and Jones' wife lives in Dublin, Ohio, the statement said. Their AH-1W Cobra helicopter crashed about 2 a.m.
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August 10, 1992 | Associated Press
U.S. Marines conducting joint maneuvers in Kuwait suffered their first casualties Sunday with the death of a two-man helicopter crew in a crash, the Navy said. The crewmen, both based at Camp Pendleton, Calif., were Capt. John A. Beving, 28, and 1st Lt. David L. Jones, 30, according to a statement from the camp. Beving's parents live in Silver Spring, Md., and Jones' wife lives in Dublin, Ohio, the statement said. Their AH-1W Cobra helicopter crashed about 2 a.m.
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