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This Dec. 10, 2008 file photo provided by the US Air Force shows a B-1B Lancer bomber from the US Air Force's 34th Expeditionary Squadron. A B-1B bomber out of South Dakota's Ellsworth Air Force Base crashed in a remote area of southeastern Montana on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 but the four crew members survived, the U.S. Air Force said. (AP Photo/Staff Sgt. Aaron Allmon - U.S. Air Force, File)

Montana ranchers helped B-1 bomber crew after crash

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BROADUS, Mont. (AP) — If there's one thing Brandon Packard doesn't want to repeat in his life, it's to be ejected at 200 mph from a crashing bomber.

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