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Howard v. Des Moines Register & Tribune Co.

U.S.
Feb 25, 1980
445 U.S. 904 (1980)

Summary

applying the Feres doctrine to an accident involving an airplane belonging to a recreational Aero Club

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Opinion

No.79-991.

February 25, 1980, OCTOBER TERM, 1979.


Sup. Ct. Iowa. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 283 N. W. 2d 289.


Summaries of

Howard v. Des Moines Register & Tribune Co.

U.S.
Feb 25, 1980
445 U.S. 904 (1980)

applying the Feres doctrine to an accident involving an airplane belonging to a recreational Aero Club

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dismissing FTCA suit brought by widow of an on-leave Air Force officer who was killed while receiving flight instruction toward a commercial pilot license on the ground that he was able to gain admission to the club because he was in the Air Force, notwithstanding that the club was not integral to a military mission and owned the airplane that crashed

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Case details for

Howard v. Des Moines Register & Tribune Co.

Case Details

Full title:HOWARD v. DES MOINES REGISTER TRIBUNE Co. et al

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 25, 1980

Citations

445 U.S. 904 (1980)

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