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Global warming pushing some Pacific salmon to the brink

Pacific salmon populations are critical to local economies and the food chain, yet they are already under pressure from human infrastructure like dams. The climate crisis is turning up the heat.

California salmon start hitching rides to Pacific Ocean

Rio Vista - Millions of young Chinook salmon will be catching rides to the Pacific Ocean this year because a severe drought has left Northern California's extensive river system too dry for them to get there on their own.

Taliban insurgents behind helicopter crash killed in airstrike

The men responsible for the killing of 30 Americans in Afghanistan have been confirmed dead after a US military airstrike.

Two Chinook Helicopters Sabotaged At Boeing Plant

Signs of sabotage were discovered on two newly assembled Chinook helicopters at the Boeing plant south of Philadelphia, which included 'hacked' wires and a propeller part where one didn't belong. A $5000.00 reward is being offered by DoD investigators.

8 die in copter crash

13 Canadians slightly hurt as convoy vehicles collide

Video of Islamic State of Iraq Shooting Down an American Chinook Helicopter in Al-Karma

An American Chinook chopper being shot down by Iraqi insurgents over Al-Karma on February 7th 2007.

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A school of Chinook salmon.
A school of Chinook salmon.
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RAF Chinook Helicopter
A chinook helicopter.
FISH: Mature chinook salmon swim upstream in the Lower Tuolumne River in California s Central Valley...
FISH: Mature chinook salmon swim upstream in the Lower Tuolumne River in California's Central Valley in 2008.
Dan Cook USFWS/Wikimedia Commons

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