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Maryland Company's Technology Instrumental in Plane Searchi
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Carolyn Presutti
April 09, 2014 9:46 PM
Australian and U.S. navy officials say they've detected more acoustic signals that may belong to a black box from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. The airliner's location can't be confirmed until wreckage from flight MH370 is located. The best clues have been picked up by a U.S. Navy black box detector being towed by an Australian naval ship more than 1,500 kilometers northwest of Perth, Australia. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti spent time with the pinger locator's manufacturer.

Maryland Company's Technology Instrumental in Plane Search

Published April 09, 2014

Australian and U.S. navy officials say they've detected more acoustic signals that may belong to a black box from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet. The airliner's location can't be confirmed until wreckage from flight MH370 is located. The best clues have been picked up by a U.S. Navy black box detector being towed by an Australian naval ship more than 1,500 kilometers northwest of Perth, Australia. VOA’s Carolyn Presutti spent time with the pinger locator's manufacturer.


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