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September 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
A bolt of lightning downed a helicopter during U.S.-Honduran military maneuvers, killing four Honduran soldiers and injuring three others, the government said Saturday. Military sources said the accident occurred Friday night during a heavy thunderstorm near the small village of San Antonio de Majada, 180 miles northeast of Tegucigalpa. The source said the chopper was returning to the air base at San Pedro Sula, 120 miles north of Tegucigalpa.
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July 26, 1986 | United Press International
About 35,000 troops participated Friday in the opening round of 10-day military maneuvers code-named "Gallant Eagle '86." The biennial war games are the largest maneuvers staged in the United States to ensure that Marines, soldiers, sailors and pilots will be able to respond quickly and effectively if called upon in a military emergency.
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October 23, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
North Korea sounded a protest over planned U.S.-South Korean military maneuvers but joined in daylong talks in Geneva on drafting a permanent peace for the Korean peninsula. A U.S. official said after morning and afternoon sessions that there is a possibility of a "significant procedural" agreement on organizing the talks by the end of this round of negotiations, scheduled for Sunday.
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February 19, 1987 | From Reuters
The United States and South Korea will begin huge joint military maneuvers today despite protests from North Korea, which charges that the scheduled 10-week exercise is a preparation for war. About 200,000 American and South Korean troops will take part in Team Spirit 87, the latest edition of annual exercises first staged on the peninsula in 1976. The exercise is billed as the largest in the non-communist world. Units from U.S.
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January 11, 1987 | MARJORIE MILLER, Times Staff Writer
U.S. and Honduran troops began their latest round of joint military maneuvers Saturday in this country's tense southern border region not far from the scene of recent fighting between Nicaraguan troops and anti-Sandinista rebels. About 220 soldiers from the 27th Engineers Brigade of the U.S. Army's 20th Combat Airborne Force based at Ft. Bragg, N.C., parachuted from C-141 transport airplanes for an exercise that will upgrade the U.S.
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February 11, 2001 | MARIA L. La GANGA and SUSAN ESSOYAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The nuclear-powered U.S. submarine that struck a Japanese fishing vessel filled with teenagers was apparently conducting an emergency surfacing exercise in choppy waters, Navy officials said Saturday. Details of the accident, however, remain unclear.
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March 11, 1988 | Associated Press
Panamanian strongman Manuel A. Noriega has asked for Libyan backing against "American military aggression and economic threats," Libyan television said Thursday. The report, monitored in London, said Noriega has spoken to Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi by telephone but did not say when the call was made. The report said: "During the telephone conversation, Gen. Noriega asked the brother leader (Kadafi) for the support of the Great Jamahiriya (Libya) for the Panamanian people . . .
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