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March 24, 2003
 
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Iraqi TV Shows Two Men Said Captured
Iraqi TV Shows Two Men Said to Be Captured U.S. Pilots of Downed Apache Helicopter

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Iraqi television Monday showed two men said to have been the crew of an Apache helicopter forced down during heavy fighting the night before in central Iraq.

The two wore cream pilot overalls and did not speak to the camera but appeared confused. They turned their heads and looked in different directions as the camera filmed them.

Iraq's state television later showed a collection of documents arrayed on the floor. They included what looked like ID cards and a VISA credit card.


photo credit and caption:
An Iraqi TV reporter, right, and others stand in front of what Iraqi officials say is a U.S. Apache Longbow attack helicopter, shown in this image from video released on Iraqi TV, Monday March 24, 2003. The helicopter is reportedly in a field near Karbala, Iraq, 50 miles south of Baghdad. At the Pentagon, Air Force Master Sgt. Grant Windsor confirmed that one Apache was missing. He could give no details on the incident and said he had no information on the status of the pilots. (AP Photo/Iraqi TV via APTN)

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