Rescue operations for B-52 crash on Elephant Mountain, Maine.
Bangor Maine USA Date:1963, January 25 Duration:2 min 10 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Ground and air search operations for missing crewmen of a Strategic Air Command (SAC) B-52 aircraft of 99th Bomb Wing. The plane crashed against the side of Elephant Mountain, Maine. Brigadier General Alvan C Gillem II (Commander 57th Air Division, SAC), Major General James H Walsh (Deputy Commander, SAC, 8th Air Force ), doctor, medic and ambulance driver waiting for arrival of helicopter at Dow Air Force Base, Maine. CH-3B landing and taxiing to stop as directed. B-52 survivors, Captain Gerald Adler (navigator) and Lieutenant Colonel Dante Bulli (flight commander) transferred from aircraft, by Pararescueman TSgt Gene Slabinski, to field ambulance.
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