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The KC-130T aircraft that crashed in western Mississippi this week, killing all 16 troops on board, left two impact sites, Marines Brig Gen. Bradley James said Wednesday.
(Witness Clarence Garrard ) said he turned to see the doomed aircraft twisting and losing altitude, and saw one person jump from it and open a parachute ...
Mr. Habig, the crop-duster pilot, said he flew at 500 feet... "You could see what they were wearing.”
“They looked like they were in civilian clothes to me,” he said. “Most that I saw had on gray breeches.”