Another Assault on Accountability?

Burns, Patrick J.
July 2001
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Jul2001, Vol. 127 Issue 7, p87
Conference Proceeding
Comments on the action of the crew of the United States Navy EP-3 intelligence-gathering aircraft which have collided with a Chinese F-8 fighter in China. Standoff between the United States and China following the collision; Control of the aircraft by crew members after the collision; Accountability of the crew to the incident.


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