Navy Log (1955–1958)
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Men from Mars 

A typical Trip from Alameda NAS (SF Bay) to Honolul Hawaii, in the Largest flying boat in the world. Hauling a load of cargo and passengers om an average flight of 14-15 hr. During the ... See full summary »

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(as Sam Gallu)

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(created by) (as Sam Gallu), (screen play by)
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Episode credited cast:
... Adm. Stover
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... 'Polly' Prelle
... Lt.. Cmdr. Boggs
Andrew Serrell
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A typical Trip from Alameda NAS (SF Bay) to Honolul Hawaii, in the Largest flying boat in the world. Hauling a load of cargo and passengers om an average flight of 14-15 hr. During the flight a daisy chain, including an ADM is formed to add oil to one of four engines. Written by Robert Peckham

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History | War

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3 April 1956 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Very good
1 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

I am a ww2 vet (age 93) and a former crew member on the "Martin Mars" seaplane. I was a radio operator. Andfew Serrel is in the movie and was one of the pilots I flew with often. I was in the Squadron for two yr,and in Naval Aviation for 23yr. The Mars was the favorite plane I ever flew in. During the war I was stationed in the South Pacific. I would appreciate it if you could guide me to a place where I could purchase a copy of this episode (ep 28). Robert Peckham ATCS USN (ret) 12463 Los Indios Trl Austin, TX 78729 Fone 512 541 1369


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