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November 5, 1989 | From Times staff and wire reports
Business owners and residents of St. Croix protested President Bush's plan to withdraw 1,100 federal troops that were sent to the island to quell looting following Hurricane Hugo. The United Concerned Citizens of St. Croix said it joined the Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Realtors to lobby the White House and Pentagon urging Bush to rescind the order. The Defense Department has announced that troops would be withdrawn within 20 days.
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November 5, 1989 | From Times staff and wire reports
Business owners and residents of St. Croix protested President Bush's plan to withdraw 1,100 federal troops that were sent to the island to quell looting following Hurricane Hugo. The United Concerned Citizens of St. Croix said it joined the Chamber of Commerce and the Board of Realtors to lobby the White House and Pentagon urging Bush to rescind the order. The Defense Department has announced that troops would be withdrawn within 20 days.
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November 2, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Most of the 1,100 U.S. Army troops sent to St. Croix by President Bush six weeks ago to maintain order in the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo will be replaced by a smaller military police contingent, an official said. Mark Wallace, a spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency office in Christiansted, said the troops were expecting redeployment orders from the Pentagon this week. Gov.
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November 2, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Most of the 1,100 U.S. Army troops sent to St. Croix by President Bush six weeks ago to maintain order in the aftermath of Hurricane Hugo will be replaced by a smaller military police contingent, an official said. Mark Wallace, a spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency office in Christiansted, said the troops were expecting redeployment orders from the Pentagon this week. Gov.
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