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Apache helicopter crashes


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Taipei, April 25 (CNA) A recently delivered U.S.-made AH-64E Apache helicopter belonging to the Army crashed into a residential...full story
updated 2014-04-25 11:09 AM
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Apache helicopter crashes

Central News Agency

Taipei, April 25 (CNA) A recently delivered U.S.-made AH-64E Apache helicopter belonging to the Army crashed into a residential....Fullstory

2014-04-25 11:09 AM

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