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April 11, 1990 | United Press International
A U.S. Army pilot guided his damaged helicopter to a safe landing at Ft. Sherman after hitting a tree, the U.S. Southern Command said Tuesday. The five crew members were not injured. The helicopter, a CH-47D Chinook on a routine training exercise, was approaching the landing strip Monday at the fort.
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April 11, 1990 | United Press International
A U.S. Army pilot guided his damaged helicopter to a safe landing at Ft. Sherman after hitting a tree, the U.S. Southern Command said Tuesday. The five crew members were not injured. The helicopter, a CH-47D Chinook on a routine training exercise, was approaching the landing strip Monday at the fort.
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March 18, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the fatal crash of two U.S. helicopters and the grenade attack on a discotheque, and it threatened more attacks on Americans and U.S. property. The group calls itself the Dec. 20 Movement, or M-20, and is the first terrorist group to surface following the Dec. 20 U.S. invasion that overthrew dictator Gen. Manuel A. Noriega. One U.S. soldier died in the March 2 grenade attack, and 11 died in the Feb. 21 air crashes. The U.S.
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March 18, 1990 | From Times staff and Wire reports
A terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the fatal crash of two U.S. helicopters and the grenade attack on a discotheque, and it threatened more attacks on Americans and U.S. property. The group calls itself the Dec. 20 Movement, or M-20, and is the first terrorist group to surface following the Dec. 20 U.S. invasion that overthrew dictator Gen. Manuel A. Noriega. One U.S. soldier died in the March 2 grenade attack, and 11 died in the Feb. 21 air crashes. The U.S.
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