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Aircraft meet final end at Okinawa site
The end of the “final chapter” will be reached soon as Defense Logistics Agency personnel and employees from a scrap sales buyer complete the demilitarization of Marine Corps CH46E Sea Knight helicopters that arrived at agency facilities on Okinawa, Japan.

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