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Overview[ edit ] The attack was carried out in five phases. The airliner, a Boeing , was redirected to Formosa. The Formosa International Airport was captured at the same time by Montoneros gunmen already in the province. During this attack they fired a rocket propelled grenade at a police car, killing a police officer and wounding another. The group held hostages at the airport.
Then, they assaulted the 29th infantry regiment. The surviving gunmen escaped in the Boeing and a Cessna Most military personnel were on leave: some of them had a day off, and others were sleeping at the military neighbourhood next to the regiment.
Montoneros thought that the remaining soldiers, most of them just young conscripts , would join them, but they did not. Ten conscripts and two policemen died during the attack, and a total of 28 people died during the whole operation. This decree expanded their area of operations to the whole country, as neither the Argentine Anticommunist Alliance nor the police were enough to stop the guerrillas.
Montoneros and ERP were eventually defeated. The military fell from power in , and the National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons CONADEP listed several thousand forced disappearances carried out by the military during the conflict with the guerrillas. He included the gunmen that died during the attacks as victims of state terrorism , allowing their relatives to receive state compensations.
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