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Japan and Germany equip anti-Ebola airplanes
Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo will send a Boeing KC-767 to deliver hazmat suits; Berlin presented an Airbus A-340 for the evacuation of patients
Tokyo pledged to send protective suits to Ebola-affected countries with a military aircraft. The government announced it today, November 28. According to Japanese press reports, the airplane is a Boeing KC-767. It will take off from Komaki base, near Nagoya, towards Accra, Ghana’s capital, where the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) is located. From here, the UN personnel will deliver t...
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