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  • ...present stage, and the whereabouts and the conditions of passengers of KAL 007. “The fullest way possible” needs, first, to be qualified. What you wil ...oard KAL 007 that another women who was the wife of a passenger aboard KAL 007 had received a phone call from her husband shortly after the shootdown, but
    23 kilobytes (3,887 words) - 03:38, December 1, 2020

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  • ...find enough support to effect it. When the Soviet Union shot down Flight 007 with 269 people aboard, including conservative Democratic Congressman [[Lar ...nes Flight 007]] for the connection of the shootdown by the Soviets of KAL 007, with 269 people aboard, on Sept. 1, 1983 with the heightened U.S./Soviet c
    99 kilobytes (14,265 words) - 22:37, July 3, 2021
  • ===Flight 007=== ...was president at the time of the shooting down of [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]]. He termed the shoot-down of an innocent straying passenger plane with 26
    136 kilobytes (19,930 words) - 16:48, July 14, 2021
  • *[[Larry McDonald]], Congressman, on board [[KAL 007]] when shot down by the Soviets near [[Moneron Island]]. ...d President of Western Goals. McDonald was aboard [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] when it was shot down by the [[Soviet Union|Soviets]] near [[Moneron Isla
    51 kilobytes (6,868 words) - 02:50, July 25, 2021
  • ...ong. [[Larry McDonald]]. Article here in Conservapedia relates it to [[KAL 007]] as the subject matter bears directly).
    102 kilobytes (15,022 words) - 15:59, July 29, 2021
  • ===The Shootdown of Korean Airlines Flight 007=== ...1962 and [[Able Archer 83]], the shooting down of [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]], including 269 passengers and crew (among which was Georgia Congressman,
    19 kilobytes (2,690 words) - 22:21, July 18, 2021
  • ...), a conservative Member of Congress, was onboard [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] when it was shot down by Soviet warplanes in 1983. His is the only report ...html A Forgotten Man: Congressman Larry McDonald] passenger on board [[KAL 007]] shot down by the Soviets on Sept. 1, 1983
    29 kilobytes (4,152 words) - 06:47, June 22, 2021
  • ...he tragic Soviet attack on a commercial airliner, [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]], over international waters near Sakhalin Island on September 1, 1983, and *[[Korean Airlines Flight 007]]
    40 kilobytes (5,713 words) - 22:53, July 19, 2021
  • ...Soviet Union for the Sept. 1, 1983, shootdown of [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] in international airspace just west of [[Sakhalin]] Island. *[http://www.rescue007.org/ International Committee for the Rescue of KAL 007 Survivors]
    53 kilobytes (7,553 words) - 21:15, July 22, 2021
  • ...irch Society]], [[Larry McDonald]], passsenger on [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] shot down by the Soviets on Sept. 1, 1983. The term has also been applied ...ssfire" interview with [[Larry McDonald]] 3 months before downing of [[KAL 007]], Ron Paul intro]
    13 kilobytes (1,773 words) - 22:06, July 15, 2021
  • ...nes Flight 007]] for the connection of the shootdown by the Soviets of KAL 007, with 269 people aboard, on Sept. 1, 1983 with the heightened U.S./Soviet c * [[The Soviet/ U.S naval confrontation]] over KAL 007
    5 kilobytes (704 words) - 04:59, March 23, 2021
  • ==Yeltsin, KAL 007, and American Pows== American POW matters had become intertwined with [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]], shot down by the Soviets in 1983, when Senator Jesse Helms of the Senate
    14 kilobytes (2,101 words) - 20:14, March 22, 2021
  • ...ressional district of [[Georgia]]. He was onboard [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] when it was shot down by Soviet interceptors just west of Sakhalin Island ==McDonald aboard KAL 007==
    20 kilobytes (3,017 words) - 20:28, June 24, 2021
  • ...ew World Order]] and [[Larry McDonald]], touching [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]])
    88 kilobytes (13,189 words) - 18:42, June 30, 2021
  • '''The secret Soviet air and naval missions to Moneron Island and to KAL 007: The Russian ruse:''' [http://bertschlossberg.blogspot.com/] '''"KAL 007's After-attack Escape from Destruction:"''' [http://bertschlossberg.blogspo
    509 kilobytes (67,137 words) - 17:31, June 14, 2021
  • ...a-speaker-of-the-house-john-boehner-conduct-an-investigation-of-flight-kal-007].</ref> One of the society's most popular spokesmen was [[John Rousselot]], ...a-speaker-of-the-house-john-boehner-conduct-an-investigation-of-flight-kal-007</ref>
    19 kilobytes (2,803 words) - 03:01, July 25, 2021
  • ...val photos of Soviet harassment of Task Force 71 in search of downed [[KAL 007]]
    24 kilobytes (3,545 words) - 00:01, February 1, 2021
  • ...ssfire" interview with [[Larry McDonald]] 3 months before downing of [[KAL 007]], Ron Paul intro]
    7 kilobytes (1,008 words) - 00:29, June 7, 2021
  • ...mps of Siberia (for Russian and other newspaper accounts, see [[Essay: KAL 007 Survivors and Gulags of Russia]]). Experimentation on humans have been note * [[Korean Airlines Flight 007]] 1983 shootdown incident that intensified "2nd Cold War"
    56 kilobytes (8,114 words) - 16:19, July 24, 2021
  • ====Korean Airlines Flight 007==== ...07: Timeline of Interception and Shootdown]] for the reconstruction of KAL 007's flight after the attack based on these military communications)
    24 kilobytes (3,613 words) - 06:52, July 10, 2021
  • ...nd was followed by the 1987 bombing of a South Korean commercial aircraft (KAL 858) by North Korean agents. ...fficially known to have sponsored terrorist acts since the 1987 bombing of KAL flight 858. Pyongyang continues to provide sanctuary to members of the Japa
    77 kilobytes (11,733 words) - 19:36, July 14, 2021

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