A YB-10 airplane of the U.S. Army 1934 Alaska Flight ditches in Cook Inlet after engine failure.
Anchorage Alaska USA Date:1934 Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Engine failure forces a YB-10, of the 1934 U.S. Army Alaska Flight,to make a forced landing in Cook Inlet, two miles from Anchorage. View of the B-10 partly submerged in the water as men approach it in a small boat. The number 145 seen on the tail sticking out of the water. Boats moving near the stricken airplane and men wading in the water to assess ways of salvaging it. The aircraft on the beach after being pulled from the water. Men gathered around it starting repairs. A crane lifts a damaged propeller from the plane. Next, the crane lifts the right engine from the plane. View of the large crane with the engine suspended. A crewman walking under the nose of the repaired airplane. Another tapping a repair with a hammer.
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