Helicopter crew plucks climber off mountain

Laurie, Dylan
November 1998
Airman;Nov98, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p15
Reports on the rescue work of ranger-naturalist Kim Taylor from Mount Gould in Montana in August 1998 by a UH-1N Huey Helicopter crew from Malmstrom Air Force Base in Lincoln. Administration of first aid to Taylor by a park rescue group.


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