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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 13, 1983, Tokyo, Japan If pc 1 12 2o a 22 a 14 3 it w it for fifi 75 of 5 in Pacific stars and stripes Joseph e Surlas it 38th 255 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command september nil Dallas Louis Pittsburgh Green Bay details in sports Section Philadelphia 34 Buffalo 17 Cincinnati 25 Cleveland 21 Detroit 23 Chicago 13 Tampa Bay 10 giants 6 Atlanta 31 Seattle 26 jets 17 raiders 10 Houston 16 13 17 10 20 6 russians fired warning shots compiled from wire services state department officials sunday said soviet pilots who shot Down korean air lines flight 007 May have fired warning shots before destroying the plane with heat seeking and in searchers have found a second Corpse believed to be that of a passenger on the plane and a Waterproof identification card of a Canadian the state department announce ment came after what officials de scribed As closer study and electronic enhancement of the recordings of the soviet Airt ground transmissions during the attack on the errant commercial Jet out of soviet airspace before it was shot All 269 people including 61 were two other passages in the trans t 7 script of the tape 066 related played before the pages2and5 Security Council last week i am firing can non the soviet Pilot is now quoted As saying six minutes before by ambassador Jeane Kirk Pat the missile attack was the passage could buttress mos cows Contention it tried to warn the Rick were including one the department described in a statement As previously but the state department said the revisions do not change the position that the korean Airliner was not aware of the soviet which consciously blew it out of the debris presumed to be from the plane has been appearing along the Northern coast of the japanese Island of hokkaido since last and local police sunday said they found see Page 19 Beirut casualties Marine pallbearers at Dover remove the body of Marine Lance Randy of from the air Force c141 cargo plane that returned him and Pedro of san puerto to the the two were killed last tuesday by shelling in fighting and official visitors stopped at embassies in shelling continue in and around see Page a see Page 19 ambassador blast official travel abroad by Gregory Gordon United press International Washington an outspoken Amassa estimating travel costs exceeded million for 658 official visitors to last Springs Paris air questions the need for the thousands of government trips i doubt if anyone in Washington is aware of the full scope of the its Overall Cost to the or the negative effects it can have in crippling embassy Evan the ambassador to said recently in an internal Cable to the state a study of government travel by United press International and the better government Assoc a a civic watchdog shows More than troops on Way Home after Bright star9 Cairo up the last of american troops who participated in Bright Star 83 with egyptian forces were reported headed for Alexandria and a trip a embassy spokesman said a Small number of american troops and military hardware used in the exercise were heading for the Mediterranean where they would Board a commercial freighter for the trip Back to the United the spokesman said the last ship carrying personnel and equipment would leave Alexandria egyptian officials closed the main desert Highway leading to the Cairo West Airfield to give the Convoy free Access to the the monthlong Maneu vers officially ended they were the third and largest in a series of joint War games staged in the desert West of late last ground troops from both nations staged a mock attack on a simulated enemy air Field before a number of military attaches and including egyptian defense minister Abdel Halim Abu Ghazala and Robert head of the Central the Central command operates americas rapid deployment the Maneu vers were designed to test the ability of forces to wage a conventional War in the where temperatures routinely soar above 100 egyptian officials held out the possibility similar Maneu vers May be held in the Western desert next year As

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