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July 20, 1991
An A-6E Intruder attack jet was destroyed Friday when it crashed while landing on the aircraft carrier Ranger off the coast of San Diego. The pilot and navigator, who were not identified, ejected and landed on the carrier's flight deck, the Navy said. Both were said to be in good condition. According to the Navy, the A-6E plowed into three Marine F/A-18 Hornets that were on the flight deck. No injuries were reported. The time of the incident was not disclosed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1991
An A-6E Intruder attack jet was destroyed Friday when it crashed while landing on the aircraft carrier Ranger off the coast of San Diego. The pilot and navigator, who were not identified, ejected and landed on the carrier's flight deck, the Navy said. Both were said to be in good condition. According to the Navy, the A-6E plowed into three Marine F/A-18 Hornets that were on the flight deck. No injuries were reported. The time of the incident was not disclosed.
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May 3, 1991 | NORA ZAMICHOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Navy on Thursday abruptly dropped all charges against two U.S. sailors accused of plotting to take over the San Diego-based aircraft carrier Ranger to aid Iraq during the Gulf war, officials said. The decision vindicates the two sailors, Airman Apprentice Abdul Shaheed, 22, and Seaman Apprentice James L. Moss, 21, according to their lawyers. "This was an overreaction from all sources," said Lt. Victor Bernson Jr., Shaheed's Navy-appointed attorney.
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May 3, 1991 | NORA ZAMICHOW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Navy on Thursday abruptly dropped all charges against two U.S. sailors accused of plotting to take over the San Diego-based aircraft carrier Ranger to aid Iraq during the Gulf war, officials said. The decision vindicates the two sailors, Airman Apprentice Abdul Shaheed, 22, and Seaman Apprentice James L. Moss, 21, according to their lawyers. "This was an overreaction from all sources," said Lt. Victor Bernson Jr., Shaheed's Navy-appointed attorney.
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March 20, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
"A calm day at last," said Billy Long, skipper of Miss Teak, a 42-foot National Park Service boat that cruises the placid waters of the Mississippi Sound. Visibility was poor, but at least the rain had stopped and the seas had quieted after more than a week of stormy weather. This foggy day, Long was taking Ranger Jill Kinney, 29, from Biloxi to West Ship Island, 10 miles away.
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