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Pentagon spends $2.5 million in Malaysia Airlines plane search

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The Pentagon says it has spent $2.5 million to help in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. The Defense Department has been flying high-tech surveillance planes to assist in the effort. The spending also includes operating costs for ships that have assisted in the search, which has stretched across the South China Sea and into the Indian Ocean. A Navy P-8 Poseidon plane has been...

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