Foreign News: Uninvited Guests

Hacking its way through jungles, a rescue party is inching toward a wrecked transport plane locked in the almost uncharted Naga Hills of northern Burma. With the 19 American and Chinese survivors of the crash are a U.S. Air Forces doctor and two enlisted men, who parachuted from a rescue plane.

The four-engined transport crashed from motor failure on a flight from India, to China. There had been just time to radio the nearest Allied base, an American outpost 100 miles away, then crew and passengers bailed out. All but two of the 21...

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