Originally Posted by peter taft
Goes to show how well they were built. Imagine all the sand storms she must have been battered by - it's a wonder there's anything left !
Unfortunately and most important, the poor kid died in the desert.
There was very little thought for survival gear in those days. Also, if he had a wingman flying and staying with him, they could have found him ( dead or alive ) back then.
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