101st Airborne commemorates 35th anniversary of division’s largest single-event loss of life| ARMY TIMES- Todd South
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101st Airborne commemorates 35th anniversary of division’s largest single-event loss of life| ARMY TIMES- Todd South

Thirty-five years ago, this week, the 101st Airborne Division faced its most tragic day when a civilian airplane bringing 248 soldiers home for the holidays following their Middle East mission crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all aboard.

This Saturday the division will mark the anniversary of that loss, which also included eight crewmembers, at a site dedicated last year at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, home of the 101st Screaming Eagles.

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