Following a wave of assasinations and counter-assasinations in South Armagh the British Army has increased its presence in the area with helicopter reconnaissance. Photo taken during a media facility organanised by the MOD. September 1975. ITN broadcaster Michael Nicholson jukes from the helicopter blades after landing. 197509050635c
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