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February 7, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
The Air Force is sending about 30 warplanes to the Persian Gulf nation of Qatar to help enforce the "no-fly" zone over southern Iraq, the Pentagon said. The Pentagon did not say how long the aircraft will stay in the region. It described the movement as part of an "air expeditionary force" that bolsters U.S. forces for a time and permits training with friendly military forces in the region.
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February 7, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
The Air Force is sending about 30 warplanes to the Persian Gulf nation of Qatar to help enforce the "no-fly" zone over southern Iraq, the Pentagon said. The Pentagon did not say how long the aircraft will stay in the region. It described the movement as part of an "air expeditionary force" that bolsters U.S. forces for a time and permits training with friendly military forces in the region.
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December 25, 1990 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A radar screen on the front of the greeting card shows a small, shadowy object being locked into missile-firing position. On the left side are the images of several bulky objects with horns on their heads. Dead center is what looks like a sleigh, with a fat guy inside. "If we can't have a merry Christmas," says this cheery greeting from the 614th Tactical Fighter Squadron, "neither can you."
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December 25, 1990 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A radar screen on the front of the greeting card shows a small, shadowy object being locked into missile-firing position. On the left side are the images of several bulky objects with horns on their heads. Dead center is what looks like a sleigh, with a fat guy inside. "If we can't have a merry Christmas," says this cheery greeting from the 614th Tactical Fighter Squadron, "neither can you."
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