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The 727 that Vanished

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A case pursued by the FBI, the CIA, the U.S. Departments of State and Homeland Security, CENTCOM, and the sister of Ben Padilla. (www.airspacemag.com) Plus d'info...

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homedepo20
Ronnie Mc 0
Freaky

airclaxon1
Paul Claxon 0
Sounds to me like it would make a good movie !
airclaxon1
Paul Claxon 0
I know, they repainted it, and it now flys for FED !
airclaxon1
Paul Claxon 0
I met Fed-Ex !
AccessAir
AccessAir 0
I have always wondered what happened to the Fairchild Hiller FH-227B that was being delivered to Southwest Airways/Suidwes Lugdiens as ZS-JOZ serial number 563. Due to a fuel shortage it had to land in Luanda, Angola and it was impounded by the Angolan Govt...The crew was detained but then let go... The plane reportedly was taken over and operated by the Govt with a Military number of T-40....However it has never been seen since, nor has it ever been reported as scrapped.....I would love to know what happened to it mainly because I have a website dedicated to the FH-227.....
rockygenovese
Rocco Genovese 0
If we don't get some leadership in DC to really fix this economy, there will be a lot more of us wishing our airplanes would "disappear".
Dannoga
Dan Ciavardini 0
Hmmm...wasnt a Padilla the shoe bomber guy...just a coincidence I guess...
TimothyDenner
TimothyDenner 0
Someone has been reading this book.....http://www.webgriffin.com/books_ByOrderOfThePresident.html
mrdedwalker
mrdedwalker 0
The 'writing was on the wall' for this fellow (Ben Padilla) wasn't it? Just how much nefarious activity do you need to quit? Angola? Congo? Broken aircraft deal in those places? Man . . why didn't he just march through Tehran dressed as an orthodox Jew?

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