Minister slams Chinook campaign in debate

Clark, Lindsay
March 2002
Computer Weekly;3/28/2002, p1
Trade Publication
Reports the criticisms of defense secretary Geoff Hoon on the evidences published by 'Computer Weekly' journal on the Chinook crash in Great Britain. Debates on the 1994 Chinook crash; Comments of Hoon on the 'nonsense' evidence of the journal; Presentation of the award to the journal for work on the Chinook story.


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