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Overdue hunters : A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk rescue helicopter crew forward deployed to Cordova, Alaska, is searching for three overdue men in the vicinity of Prince William Sound Monday.

Coast Guard crews have conducted nine different search patterns by air and sea since Friday, covering more than 1,600 square miles. The families of the missing men have also chartered a vessel that is enroute to search.

Coast Guard Station Valdez is delayed in searching due to 12-foot seas and gale force winds in the area. The Coast Guard Cutter Naushon is also attempting to reach the search area but 20-foot seas are slowing their efforts. Read more

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Overdue hunters : A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk rescue helicopter crew forward deployed to Cordova, Alaska, is searching for three overdue men in the vicinity of Prince William Sound Monday.

Coast Guard crews have conducted nine different search patterns by air and sea since Friday, covering more than 1,600 square miles. The families of the missing men have also chartered a vessel that is enroute to search.

Coast Guard Station Valdez is delayed in searching due to 12-foot seas and gale force winds in the area. The Coast Guard Cutter Naushon is also attempting to reach the search area but 20-foot seas are slowing their efforts.

Overdue hunters : A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk rescue helicopter crew forward deployed to Cordova, Alaska, is searching for three overdue men in the vicinity of Prince William Sound Monday.

Coast Guard crews have conducted nine different search patterns by air and sea since Friday, covering more than 1,600 square miles. The families of the missing men have also chartered a vessel that is enroute to search.

Coast Guard Station Valdez is delayed in searching due to 12-foot seas and gale force winds in the area. The Coast Guard Cutter Naushon is also attempting to reach the search area but 20-foot seas are slowing their efforts.