Rescued hunters ‘did everything right’

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Dale Jensen, left, and retired Chief Warrant Officer 4 Carl Grey sit in an OH-58 helicopter similar to the one they were flying when they pulled three hunters who had been missing for four days from their snowy site about two miles west of Monument Lake on Wednesday morning. The two pilots are with the Army National Guard’s High-Altitude Aviation Training facility in Gypsum, where the helicopter was being outfitted with skis following the rescue.



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Chief Warrant Officer 5 Dale Jensen, left, and retired Chief Warrant Officer 4 Carl Grey sit in an OH-58 helicopter similar to the one they were flying when they pulled three hunters who had been missing for four days from their snowy site about two miles west of Monument Lake on Wednesday morning. The two pilots are with the Army National Guard’s High-Altitude Aviation Training facility in Gypsum, where the helicopter was being outfitted with skis following the rescue.

A helicopter pilot who joined in the search for three missing hunters marveled after their rescue Wednesday about the fact they got through four nights of severe, wintry conditions in good…




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