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Four of the men in the plane were Americans, employees of California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Pentagon contractor Northrop Grumman. Their job was to take pictures of cocaine fields and processing facilities — aerial surveillance data that would help guide military missions to poison the crops ...
At the time of his death, Janis was working for California Microwave Systems, a unit of Northrop Grumman that provides surveillance systems for the military, according to the ceremony's program. Janis retired from the Army as a chief warrant officer 5 following a 32-year career that began in 1966. His sons ...

U.S. military contractors, from left, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes, were captured by Colombian rebels in 2003 and held hostage for 1,966 days. Expand. By Special to The Denver Post and The Washington Post. PUBLISHED: August 12, 2010 at 12:08 pm | UPDATED: May 6, 2016 at 2:18 pm. Maybe it's ...
Stansell and Gonsalves were technicians, Howes and Thomas Janis copilots on a California Microwave Systems crop duster sent to southern Colombia to fumigate coca plants. An engine failed and the plane crashed as FARC guerrillas riddled it with bullets. Janis and a Colombian sergeant were killed, ...
On the one hand, it's a cautionary tale: The botched rescue attempt by the hostages' employer, California Microwave Systems, results in the crash of a second plane and the death of all those on board. (During the Americans' captivity the company changed its name to CIAO, which didn't help the hostages ...
The press reported at the time that the three U.S. contractors, Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell and Marc Gonsalves, who were captured by the guerrillas in 2003, worked for California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman which provided services to the U.S. Department of Defence ...

They had been working for a Northrop Grumman subsidiary, California Microwave Systems, which has Pentagon contracts for surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering in Latin America. “The company is grateful for the outstanding efforts of the Colombian and U.S. governments that resulted ...
The men — Thomas Howes, Marc Gonsavles and Keith Stansell — were working for California Microwave Systems, a U.S. defense contractor. Company officials say they were searching for evidence of opium poppy and coca leaf crops in the jungle. The rebels killed two other men who were on the plane, ...
For example, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes -- who worked for the U.S. military via California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles -- have been held prisoner by leftist rebels in Colombia since February 2003, when their plane crashed in the ...
Four of the men in the plane were Americans, employees of California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Pentagon contractor Northrop Grumman. Their job was to take pictures of cocaine fields and processing facilities — aerial surveillance data that would help guide military missions to poison the crops ...
At the time of his death, Janis was working for California Microwave Systems, a unit of Northrop Grumman that provides surveillance systems for the military, according to the ceremony's program. Janis retired from the Army as a chief warrant officer 5 following a 32-year career that began in 1966. His sons ...
U.S. military contractors, from left, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes, were captured by Colombian rebels in 2003 and held hostage for 1,966 days. Expand. By Special to The Denver Post and The Washington Post. PUBLISHED: August 12, 2010 at 12:08 pm | UPDATED: May 6, 2016 at 2:18 pm. Maybe it's ...
Stansell and Gonsalves were technicians, Howes and Thomas Janis copilots on a California Microwave Systems crop duster sent to southern Colombia to fumigate coca plants. An engine failed and the plane crashed as FARC guerrillas riddled it with bullets. Janis and a Colombian sergeant were killed, ...
On the one hand, it's a cautionary tale: The botched rescue attempt by the hostages' employer, California Microwave Systems, results in the crash of a second plane and the death of all those on board. (During the Americans' captivity the company changed its name to CIAO, which didn't help the hostages ...
The press reported at the time that the three U.S. contractors, Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell and Marc Gonsalves, who were captured by the guerrillas in 2003, worked for California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman which provided services to the U.S. Department of Defence ...
They had been working for a Northrop Grumman subsidiary, California Microwave Systems, which has Pentagon contracts for surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence-gathering in Latin America. “The company is grateful for the outstanding efforts of the Colombian and U.S. governments that resulted ...
The men — Thomas Howes, Marc Gonsavles and Keith Stansell — were working for California Microwave Systems, a U.S. defense contractor. Company officials say they were searching for evidence of opium poppy and coca leaf crops in the jungle. The rebels killed two other men who were on the plane, ...

For example, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes -- who worked for the U.S. military via California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles -- have been held prisoner by leftist rebels in Colombia since February 2003, when their plane crashed in the ...
For example, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes -- who worked for the U.S. military via California Microwave Systems, a subsidiary of Northrop Grumman Corp. of Los Angeles -- have been held prisoner by leftist rebels in Colombia since February 2003, when their plane crashed in the ...
Contratista estadounidense de la California Microwave Systems, contratado por el Departamento de Defensa de Estados Unidos para recoger ...
Contratista estadounidense de la California Microwave Systems, contratado por el Departamento de Defensa de Estados Unidos para recoger ...
Ils travaillaient pour California Microwave Systems (CMS) sous contrat du Pentagone (une division depuis 1999 de Northrop Grumman en fait).
Fifty years of bloody conflict in Colombia — thousands of deaths from firefights, sniper attacks, bombings, assassinations and mass executions ...
At the time of his death, Janis was working for California Microwave Systems, a unit of Northrop Grumman that provides surveillance systems ...
U.S. military contractors, from left, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes, were captured by Colombian rebels in 2003 and held ...
This true story of the dramatic rescue of three captive Americans raises disturbing questions about the US war on drugs in Colombia.
On the one hand, it's a cautionary tale: The botched rescue attempt by the hostages' employer, California Microwave Systems, results in the ...
... Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell and Marc Gonsalves, who were captured by the guerrillas in 2003, worked for California Microwave Systems, ...
They had been working for a Northrop Grumman subsidiary, California Microwave Systems, which has Pentagon contracts for surveillance, ...
The men — Thomas Howes, Marc Gonsavles and Keith Stansell — were working for California Microwave Systems, a U.S. defense contractor.
The men — Thomas Howes, Marc Gonsavles and Keith Stansell — were working for California Microwave Systems, a U.S. defense contractor.
For example, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes -- who worked for the U.S. military via California Microwave Systems, ...
Contratista estadounidense de la California Microwave Systems, contratado por el Departamento de Defensa de Estados Unidos para recoger ...
Ils travaillaient pour California Microwave Systems (CMS) sous contrat du Pentagone (une division depuis 1999 de Northrop Grumman en fait).
Fifty years of bloody conflict in Colombia — thousands of deaths from firefights, sniper attacks, bombings, assassinations and mass executions ...
At the time of his death, Janis was working for California Microwave Systems, a unit of Northrop Grumman that provides surveillance systems ...
U.S. military contractors, from left, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes, were captured by Colombian rebels in 2003 and held ...
This true story of the dramatic rescue of three captive Americans raises disturbing questions about the US war on drugs in Colombia.
On the one hand, it's a cautionary tale: The botched rescue attempt by the hostages' employer, California Microwave Systems, results in the ...
... Thomas Howes, Keith Stansell and Marc Gonsalves, who were captured by the guerrillas in 2003, worked for California Microwave Systems, ...
They had been working for a Northrop Grumman subsidiary, California Microwave Systems, which has Pentagon contracts for surveillance, ...
The men — Thomas Howes, Marc Gonsavles and Keith Stansell — were working for California Microwave Systems, a U.S. defense contractor.
For example, Keith Stansell, Marc Gonsalves and Thomas Howes -- who worked for the U.S. military via California Microwave Systems, ...


 

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