July 2003
Airman;Jul2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p52
The article presents information and a photograph of unidentified men at a airplane crash site. An attempted shortcut in Alaska caused an early exit for the two-man crew of the Seattle, Washington. Unidentified men were photographed at the crash site where U.S. air force Major Frederick L. Martin and Staff Sergeant Alva L. Harvey crashed into a mountain after losing their way in a swirling snowstorm. Luckily, the aviators survived the crash and a week in the wilderness before a cargo boat rescued them and returned them to Puget Sound, Washington.


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