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Louis Zamperini: The Story of a True American Hero » For forty-seven days Louis Zamperini drifted idly in the Pacific Ocean.  Armed with a few small tins of drinking water, a flare gun, some fishing line, and a couple of Hershey D-Ration candy bars, …

Magellans of the Sky » Summer 2010, Vol. 42, No. 2 By Rob Crotty Enlarge The Douglas World Cruisers above Seward, Alaska. (342-FH-3B-7996-11561AS) In 1924, barely a week after four Army Air Service pilots set out from Seattle to be the first people to ever circle the globe by air, the flight commander went missing over the treacherous coasts of Alaska. The four planes—the Seattle, Boston, New Orleans, and Chicago—had taken off together from Seward to Chignik, but Maj. Frederick Martin's Seattle disappeared into a snow squall a hundred miles from their landing site at the remote Alaskan outpost.

5 dead, hundreds evacuated after Japan Airlines jet and coast guard plane collide at Tokyo's Haneda Airport » All 379 occupants of the Japan Airlines flight got out safely and the pilot of the coast guard plane also escaped, officials said.

r/anime on Reddit: Investigating Junko's Death (Zombieland Saga) » Posted by u/[Deleted Account] - 55 votes and 22 comments

A Swedish Teenager Was on Japan Airlines Flight 516. Here’s His Story. » Anton Deibe, 17, and his family were flying into Tokyo when their plane collided with a Coast Guard aircraft.

Rescuers search for missing after US Osprey crashes off Japan » TOKYO: Rescuers scoured waters off Japan on Thursday (Nov 30) as they searched for seven missing US Air Force personnel whose Osprey crashed during a training exercise, in the latest incident involving the tilt-rotor military aircraft. One unconscious person was found in the sea on Wednesday and later decl

Japan Airlines plane carrying nearly 400 passengers bursts into flames after collision; 5 crew members killed » Live footage on public broadcaster NHK showed flames coming out of the windows of the aircraft.

The Doolittle Raid: America’s First Strike Back on Japan » Today’s post comes from Jim Worsham, editor of Prologue, the quarterly magazine of the National Archives. Four months after Japan’s surprise attack at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the aircraft carrier USS…


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