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|fatalitycause=Aircraft Accident
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"RADLEY, CROZIER HONORED
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Two Peace Corps field training camps in Puerto
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Rico will be named in honor of Columbia plan crash
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victims Lawrence Hadley and David Crozier.
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The present camp, near Rio Abajo: will he named
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Camp Crozier, and an adjacent camp, to be constructed
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soon, will be named Camp Radley.
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Radley and Crozier were killed April 22 when a
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DC-3 airliner crashed into a Colombian mountain, killing
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all 30 persons aboard."
  
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Peace Corps News June 1962 page 3
'''The following events happened in Peace Corps for <u>AUGUST 2011</u>'''
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http://peacecorpsonline.org/historyofthepeacecorps/primarysources/19620601%20PC%20News_Jun.pdf
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<u>''Enter on Duty''</u> coincides with the staging start date and the [[training]] start date.<br>
 
<u>''Oath Date''</u> indicates when the volunteer begins [[Swearing In | serving]] in country.
 
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==Enter on Duty==
 
'''2''' : '''[[Ecuador]]'''<br>
 
'''9''' : '''[[Uganda]]'''<br>
 
'''14''' : '''[[Zambia]]'''<br>
 
'''15''' : '''[[Guyana]]'''<br>
 
'''16''' : '''[[Panama]]'''<br>
 
'''18''' : '''[[Namibia]]'''<br>
 
'''22''' : '''[[Honduras]]'''<br>
 
'''27''' : '''[[Malawi]]'''<br>
 
'''28''' : '''[[Costa Rica]]'''<br>
 
'''28''' : '''[[Madagascar]]'''<br>
 
 
 
==Oath Date==
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
==News==
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
==References==
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:August]]
 
[[Category:2011]]
 

Revision as of 17:08, 22 May 2009


IN MEMORY OF
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{{#if:1962/04/22|Passed away in: 1962/04/22|}}
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{{#if:|[[{{{program}}}]] in Colombia|}}
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Other Volunteers who passed away while serving in Peace Corps.
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Source: FOIA request #10076 (June 2010)

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"RADLEY, CROZIER HONORED Two Peace Corps field training camps in Puerto Rico will be named in honor of Columbia plan crash victims Lawrence Hadley and David Crozier. The present camp, near Rio Abajo: will he named Camp Crozier, and an adjacent camp, to be constructed soon, will be named Camp Radley. Radley and Crozier were killed April 22 when a DC-3 airliner crashed into a Colombian mountain, killing all 30 persons aboard."

Peace Corps News June 1962 page 3 http://peacecorpsonline.org/historyofthepeacecorps/primarysources/19620601%20PC%20News_Jun.pdf