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October 22, 2005

Eritrea Bans UN Helo Flights

Soldiers Needing Medical Attention Suffer Most

Being a UN peacekeeping troop is tough under any circumstances, but along the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia, that job as been made a whole lot tougher. Eritrean government officials have banned the use of helicopters along that tense frontier, putting the lives of peacekeepers in danger, according to UN officials.

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JAX Ends Attempts To Lure Navy Base Away From Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach Mayor Now "Extremely Cautiously Optimistic" About Chance To Keep Oceana

The battle between Virginia Beach, VA, and Jacksonville, FL, may be over. At least, the mayor of Jacksonville has declared a unilateral truce and the mayor of Virginia Beach says she's "extremely, cautiously optimistic."

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MD Helicopters Bid Delivered to US Army for Light Utility Helicopter Program

Claims MD Explorer Offers Best Value at the Best Price

MD Helicopters says it's delivered its Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) proposal to the US Army Aviation and Missile Command headquarters at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

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BAE Providing Advanced Defensive System For U-2

Will Allow Spy Plane Pilots To See Even More

BAE Systems has announced deployment of the company's AN/ALQ-221 Advanced Defensive System (ADS) on US Air Force U-2S reconnaissance airplanes. The system will now be deployed in military operations, after achieving initial operating capability.

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