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These pictures of what appeared to be H training they've sold that fell out of an Apache helicopter near davis' home Tuesday evening.
It was his two kids playing outside.
At first saw the one pound six foot long piece coming down.
Dan I'm serious front and drop but this guy going Kenton walk today's anti field behind his home -- -- something -- sticking out of the ground.
I got broke half of the time to pull it out it's not realize what it was -- -- -- -- read the bottom of itself.
He -- these pictures it clear he says training missile called police right away Fort Hood officials followed.
As a precaution about 100 homes where exactly.
One -- then was to -- -- -- who recently moved to the area.
My fashion -- -- staying as an enemy taxi currently animal I hang -- this would not give Mikey it's.
Three court chief aviation colonel Howard Erie said that piece of metal is -- and 36 -- flight missile.
Training device that allows Apache crews to simulate -- engagement.
Meetings never intended to -- the helicopter.
He says these devices don't handle warhead or propulsion.
The -- -- air crews never never ever fly with live ordinance -- installation.
Aviation safety first and foremost law partner communities.
And that is always in in our planning considerations.
-- says and then inside the Apache had no way to tell the device had fallen off that helicopter.
-- -- were called -- winds it was reporting.
Hearing -- say that there used sounds our military training but with this specific advice coming down.
So close to this twelve homes they say that training.
Going on above their heads they still concerning -- on run on somebody's house it could hurt someone it's the -- not going to can davis' mind.
Helicopter pass right in a drop that go to dropped by about another.
To have been in defeat it probably hit -- He's just thankful today says he's able to share his story.
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