Downed in New Guinea Swamp,
9 Fliers Fight Delirium to Safety
by Don Caswell The New York Post
April 30, 1942
Gen. MacArthur's Headquarters, Melbourne, April 29 (U.P.) - The road to safety lay only five miles away - but nine crew members of an American bomber that made a forced landing in the New Guinea wilds went through four nights and three days in 'green hell' before finally reaching it.