Days after the U.S. invasion, an army helicopter ferries reinforcements to the Vatican embassy in Panama City. Gen. Manuel Noriega has taken refuge in the embassy after U.S. troop advancement forced him into hiding.
Days after the U.S. invasion, an army helicopter ferries reinforcements to the Vatican embassy in Panama City. Gen. Manuel Noriega has taken refuge in the embassy after U.S. troop advancement forced him into hiding. DAVID WALTERS Miami Herald File
Days after the U.S. invasion, an army helicopter ferries reinforcements to the Vatican embassy in Panama City. Gen. Manuel Noriega has taken refuge in the embassy after U.S. troop advancement forced him into hiding. DAVID WALTERS Miami Herald File

How the U.S. invaded Panama in search of dictator Manuel Noriega

May 31, 2017 7:10 AM