Proceedings Magazine - March 1995 Vol. 121/3/1,105

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A Day in the Life of Air Rescue

When the crew of a 400-ton fishing boat had a medical emergency—in typhoon-tossed waters south of Japan—Air Rescue Squadron 71...

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