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January 05, 2005

Indonesia: Disaster Zone Or War Zone?

Helicopter Comes Under Bow-And-Arrow Attack, Landing 737 Hits Water Buffalo

Wanted: Cargo planes to carry relief supplies to tsunami victims in South Asia. That word comes from the UN, as the effort to provide food, water and medicine to millions of people in 11 countries kicked into high gear this week.

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Blue Angels to Commence Winter Training

Just As The Swallows Return To Capistrano...

The Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, deployed Sunday to Naval Air Facility (NAF) El Centro, CA, to prepare for the upcoming show season.

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On the Road to Recovery

L-1 Recovery And "Recovering"

Story and Photos by Kathryn (KT) Budde-Jones Kermit Week's L-1 Stinson is on the road to recovery at his unique aviation attraction in Polk City, FL. This particular L-1E survived the war, survived the perilous years as a camera ship in California for Tallmantz Aviation culminating in its use in the Hollywood hit movie, "Waldo Pepper", towed banners over trendy Miami Beach only to meet Hurricane Andrew head on in 1992.

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General Atomics And Team Warrior Are Finalists In Army ERMP UAV Competition

Team Warrior to Participate in Systems Capabilities Demonstration in Early 2005

UAV manufacturer General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, along with its “Team Warrior” partners AAI Corporation and SPARTA, Inc., Tuesday announced that it has been selected as one of two finalists for the US Army’s Extended Range Multi-Purpose (ERMP) UAV Program.

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MiG-21 Down In India

Pilot Safe

An Indian MiG-21 went down in Rajasthan Tuesday. The pilot was able to eject and is said to be in good condition.

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