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Conn. Town Reels from Comanche Cancellation

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Conn. Town Reels from Comanche Cancellation

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Conn. Town Reels from Comanche Cancellation

Conn. Town Reels from Comanche Cancellation

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Residents of Bridgeport, Conn., fear the economic fallout of the U.S. Army's decision to eliminate its multi-billion-dollar Comanche helicopter program. The cancellation comes one year after Sikorsky Aircraft opened a new plant in Bridgeport, with about 750 workers, to build the helicopter. John Dankosky of member station WNPR reports.

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