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Beginning in the late nineteenth century, newspapers offered accounts of the perils that awaited unescorted women who ventured into the cities by themselves.
The plane targeted In 1969 was an unescorted surveillance craft.
There are several classes and programs — computer graphics, engraving, printmaking and landscaping, to name a few — that are available to inmates who are allowed to walk unescorted from their dorms to classes.
Then the ship headed for Guam, where the captain was ordered to travel, unescorted, to the Leyte Gulf in the Philippines.
In 1969, a North Korean MiG 21 shot down an unescorted U.S. military surveillance aircraft over international waters, killing its entire crew of 30 sailors and one Marine.
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