Army airmen thundering over the treacherous Alaskan terrain frequently hear the voices of women coming over the air.
Once incredulous, they now take the phenomenon as a matter of course. The voices belong to the women of husband-&-wife teams who operate the most isolated communication stations along the country's farthest north air routes.
Married couples to run these remote stations is an idea the Civil Aeronautics Administration hit upon two years ago. The majority of single men on such assignments quit out of sheer loneliness.
About half the couples needed for Alaskan stations will be...