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Guyana Army Helicopter Crash Site Located – Signs Of Life Reported

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The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) has reported that search and rescue teams have ‘positively identified’ where a Bell 412 army helicopter went down on Wednesday.

Seven individuals were aboard the aircraft.

An update on the GDF Facebook page said search and rescue teams had reported positive signs of life at the scene.

According to the update, troops would undertake a rappelling exercise to reach the exact location.

They had to delay an earlier attempt due to inclement weather.

The Bell helicopter was flying military officials on a mission to visit troops on Guyana’s western border when it disappeared.

Headline photo: A Bell 412 helicopter in flight.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Let me show you how blatant these guys are, its allย planned and in plain sight.

    February 3rd 2022
    February 20th 2022 – Winter Olympics in China Ends.
    February 24th 2022 – Russia invades Ukraine.

    https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/russian-president-putin-arrives-beijing-winter-olympics-state-tv-2022-02-04

    Saudi and Israel planning to normalize relations
    October 7th 2023 – Hamas Attacks Israel
    Invasion of Gaza Starts

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/9/21/whats-happening-with-normalising-ties-between-saudi-arabia-and-israel

    September 8th 2023 – Maduro visits China to strengthen their ties.
    December 3rd 2023 – Venezuela Votes to Annex Essequibo to gain its resources.
    What Happens Next ??

    https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/venezuelas-maduro-visit-china-re-engage-amid-china-west-tensions-2023-09-08

    2024/2025 – China Attacks Taiwan ???

    My opinion is that the BRICS gang want to split the attention of NATO and the US with multiple allies in conflict, thinking it would weaken them but FREEDOM will win in the end mark my words.

  2. Regardless of the PPP/C in power the powerhouse will be awaken – Burnham … one 1 effing blade of grass!

  3. @nudge if you really think I will click on your malware infested link, then you must think I am stupid.

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