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First Lieutenant Robert King lost his life trying to get through some of the most dangerous flying weather on Earth. He was scheduled to come home after that mission—78 years later, now there’s a chance that he will.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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First Lieutenant Robert King was in command of a B-24 nicknamed the Flub Dub. The B-24 was a bomber but in this case he and his crew were flying not bombs, but cargo between India and China to support Chinese troops fighting the Japanese.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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First Lieutenant Robert King was in command of a B-24 nicknamed the Flub Dub. The B-24 was a bomber but in this case he and his crew were flying not bombs, but cargo between India and China to support Chinese troops fighting the Japanese.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Clayton Kuhls drive to climb the most challenging mountains led him to India. The people he met there told him of crash sites throughout the mountains. He’s been working to recover remains from them ever since.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Identifying marker on wreckage.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Shidibi Mountain, site of the wreckage, shrouded in clouds.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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View of the wreckage in India where the remains of Lieutenant Bob King and nine other servicemen rest on a mountainside more than two miles high.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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(l-r) Mate Miuli, Tapir, and Clayton Kuhls at the start of their trek to Cheppe.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Mate Miuli, Tapir, and Clayton Kuhls before Cheppe.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Sorting loads at the roadhead.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Sorting loads at the roadhead.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Shibidi Mountain high camp.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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The hanging bridge.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Another shot of the hanging bridge.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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High on Shibidi Mountain.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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(l-r) Mountain guide with Tapir, and Clayton.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Guides and porters with Clayton.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Three generations of the Miuli family with Clayton Kuhls.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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Miuli family elders with Clayton and Tapir.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.
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(l-r) Mishmi villagers, Tapir, and Clayton.Photo by: MIA Recoveries, Inc.