Death and deliverance: the haunting true story of the Hercules crash at the North Pole

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Macfarlane Walter & Ross, Jun 17, 1992 - Travel - 271 pages
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This account explores the massive logistics of the most northerly air rescue ever mounted in history and chronicles the human drama associated with the crash of CC-130 Hercules transport plane on Oct. 30, 1991 (Flight Box Top 22), near Alert, Ellesmere Island.

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The crash was just over 13 miles from Alert and it took 32 hrs to reach the crash site due to very bad weather.

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Riveting account of a Hercules crash in the north. This is where I learned all about the SAR-Techs (Search and Rescue technicians) and how sad our military fleet was. They had to piece together a ... Read full review

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