On May 3, 1999, The Committee Against U. S. Intervention ran an exclusive set of pictures of the Apache AH-64A helicopter which went down during training exercises in Albania. The Committee Against U. S. Intervention was willing to post the pictures in a forum which has a much greater readership than the Outpost of Freedom. It was this factor, getting the pictures the best airing possible, that warranted the Outpost of Freedom not publishing these pictures, first.
Now that they have become public domain, they will be posted here. The pictures were official US Army pictures, which, as far as I am concerned, means that they belong to all of us. How I acquired them shall remain, however, tucked tightly into the recesses of Freedom of the Press. What is important is that they are now public, and the 16 million dollar scrap heap can be contemplated by all who wish to so do.
Feel free to use these pictures as you see fit. Please, however, respect the source and provide both credit and links for any publication of same (credit should be: "Courtesy of the Outpost of Freedom", with link to this page, if possible).
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For a 1 minute video of an Apache AH-64 in action, go to Apache footage
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