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    Seattle-based U.S. Marine aids in Cascade Pass rescue [Image 1 of 6]

    Seattle-based U.S. Marine aids in Cascade Pass rescue

    NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK, WA, UNITED STATES

    09.10.2016

    Courtesy Photo

    Marine Corps Recruiting Station Seattle

    Melanie Stam (foreground), Capt. Nick Anthony (middle) and Ben Stilin (background) hike atop the Sahale Arm in North Cascades National Park, Washington, Sept. 10, 2016. After encountering an exhausted 77-year-old Norman Petty on a hike with his wife Barbara, photographer Colin Ayers, the pictured climbers and Catherine Mitchell (not pictured) led the couple visiting from Dunwoody, Georgia, to safety by transporting Norman Petty more than three miles using an impromptu support system. Anthony, from Norman, Oklahoma, is a U.S. Marine Corps recruiting management officer based in Seattle. Ayers, from Spokane, Washington, is a University of Washington chemical engineering student. Mitchell, from Seattle, is a content project manager at Microsoft. Stam, from Atlanta, is a Microsoft data analyst. Stilin, from Seattle, is a ski instructor at Husky Winter Sports. (Photo courtesy of Colin Ayers)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 09.10.2016
    Date Posted: 09.23.2016 04:43
    Photo ID: 2875068
    VIRIN: 160910-M-AA000-001
    Resolution: 2100x1400
    Size: 2.95 MB
    Location: NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK, WA, US
    Hometown: ATLANTA, GA, US
    Hometown: DUNWOODY, GA, US
    Hometown: NORMAN, OK, US
    Hometown: SEATTLE, WA, US
    Hometown: SPOKANE, WA, US

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