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A bond of brothers

Kinship among servicemen drives a search in the jungles of Papua New Guinea

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By Bryan Bender & Kevin Baron
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / May 26, 2008

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Allan Harrison was alone in his one-seat fighter, chasing Japanese Zeros through dark clouds, when his plane began its final plunge into the jungles of New Guinea. Now, 64 years later, all that is visible of Harrison's plane is its rusted, weather-beaten Pratt & Whitney engine, sitting upright in the mud. (Full article: 2799 words)

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