Southern Air Transport Sticker
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Southern Air Transport flew missions all over the world, and is best known for the loss of one of its C-123 aircraft over Nicaragua in 1986. On a mission to supply the Contras with weapons and ammunition, the aircraft was shot down with the loss of three crewmembers. Only Eugene Hasenfus survived the crash, parachuting out of the cargo door. He was captured by Sandinista forces on the ground, which led to the exposure of the secret program now known as the Iran-Contra Affair.
These 4" wide stickers are manufactured by Overwatch Designs, a US veteran-owned small business.
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