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Qatar: Britain Has Said That A Royal Air Force Plane Appeared To Have Been...

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By Reuters

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(W3)AS-SAYLIYAH, QATAR (MARCH 23, 2003) (REUTERS)(AUDIO AS INCOMING) 1. MV GROUP CAPTAIN AL LOCKWOOD, U.K. FORCES SPOKESMAN, SPEAKING TO REPORTER 0.05 2. SOUNDBITE (English) LOCKWOOD SAYING "Tragically, evidence is beginning to come to light now that one of our aircraft, recovering from operations over Iraq, may have been intercepted and shot down by a U.S. Patriot missile battery." 0.21 3. SLV GUARD AT GATE 0.29 4. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LOCKWOOD, (asked if the latest apparent accident meant that Britain had made a bad start to the campaign) SAYING "(Its) not one we would have chosen, I have to say. But this, you must remember, is high intensity conflict. This is war, it's not training. We have had an enormous number of aircraft movements over the last three days. Operations have been virtually continuous. We have professional, highly capable, highly motivated people and we will continue to do the job until we see it through to its finish." 0.53 5. SLV TELEVISION PLATFORM WITH CORRESPONDENT SITTING IN CHAIR 0.58 6. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LOCKWOOD, (asked whether Basra was secured) SAYING "Not to my knowledge. From when I left, Basra was not yet secure." 1.04 7. MV GUARD AT GATE 1.07 8. (SOUNDBITE) (English) LOCKWOOD, (asked what reaction the U.S. had to apparent shooting down of British plane by U.S. missile) SAYING "Obviously, they are as keen as us to ensure that we get to the bottom of it, to find the reasons behind this. They obviously are just as concerned as we are that this has occurred." 1.22 9. MV GUARD AT GATE 1.29 Initials Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved
Dateline: 2003

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