Aviation Survival Technician Third Class Zee Lee

April 2005
Sea Power;Apr2005, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p56
Relates the rescue work of aviation survival technician Zee Lee in the U.S. Emergency response to the victims of the shipping incident; Graduation from the training program of the U.S. Coast Guard; Physical and mental demands of the job.


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