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Airline Passengers Face Lie Detector Tests
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Millions of airline passengers travelling through Russia will soon have to take a lie detector test as part of new security measures.

At first, only passengers deemed
suspicious will take the test

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Thursday, April 06, 2006


All 17 Aboard C-5 Military Plane Crash Survive
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DOVER, Del. (AP) April 03, 2006: A C-5 cargo plane carrying 17 people crashed near Dover Air Force Base early Monday, state officials said. There was no immediate word on fatalities. The plane, the military's largest, went down about 6:45 a.m., said Allen Metheny, assistant director in the state Department of Public Safety.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Tuesday, April 04, 2006


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Ryanair flight landed at wrong airport

Read full article: 'Ryanir'   1166 bytes more
Posted by: daveraine
on Thursday, March 30, 2006


The F-14, Fastest and Fiercest of its Time, is Finally Retiring.
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(Newsday (Melville, NY) (KRT) Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge): Tom Gwynne, a test pilot for the old Grumman Corp., still remembers the exact day he first flew the company's F-14 Tomcat fighter jet: Feb. 10, 1973.

View the pictures here: www.newsday.com

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Wednesday, March 29, 2006


Farewell to the Harrier Jump Jet
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A ceremony was held today to mark the decommissioning of the last remaining squadron of Sea Harrier fighter planes.

A fly-past in honour of the distinctive Sea Harrier FA2 Jump-Jets took place at their base at RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset.

The ceremony included a military parade and the flypast by the Sea Harrier squadron

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Wednesday, March 29, 2006


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