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The Occupation

Marines Start to Inspect the Wreckage

Marines begin inspecting the CH-53D wreckage. Notice the person in the yellow protective suit. All of the deadly radioactive Strontium 90 capsules used to balance the rotor blades needed to be recovered, but what other dangerous toxic substances were marines and local residents exposed to?

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