Category: Aviation

“My gut tells me the copter crash was no accident.”

Writer delves into several fascinating scenarios Last week, writer Drago Bosnic posited the use of some type of ‘kill switch’ to bring down Iranian President Raisi’s Bell 212 helicopter, one of several of the 212 owned by Iran. What is…

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Was ‘Kill Switch’ Used to Bring Down Iranian Copter?

By Drago Bosnic | GlobalResearch.ca The highly controversial details about the helicopter crash certainly haven’t helped dispel speculation about possible foreign involvement. For instance, according to Turkey’s Transport Minister Abdulkadir Uraloglu, the Bell 212 helicopter that Raisi and Abdollahian flew in…

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Ribbon Cut on New Hangar

EastCare Helicopters depend on Metro Aviation WASHINGTON, NC – Metro Aviation christened its new hangar space at Washington-Warren Airport (KOCW) on Thursday morning, October 12. Based in Shreveport, Louisiana, Metro Aviation was incorporated in 1982 as a helicopter charter, flight…

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