Surviving 'The Great One.'

Dendy IV, John B.
October 2001
Airman;Oct2001, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p32
Features the Alaska mountain rescue air pilots of the United States Armed Forces. Topography of Alaska; Information on the rescue operations of the air pilots; Risks faced by pilots during rescue operations. INSET: Only the fittest need apply.


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