rescued at sea and sent to Pearl Harbor, he was invited by Admiral Chester Nimitz to join the Submarine Service.
Hispanic Americans in World War II
Among those who had been
rescued was Captain at Sea (Kapitan zur See) Erdmann, the commanding officer of Blücher.
rescued were Sister Ellen Savage, the only surviving nurse from twelve aboard, Leslie Outridge, the only surviving doctor from eighteen aboard, Gordon Rippon, second officer and most senior surviving crewmember, and Richard Salt, the Torres Strait ship pilot.
By helping civilians out, and
rescue workers in, the number of casualties will hopefully be decreased.
Oklahoma City bombing
Cortana drops a distress beacon, but realizes it may be years before they are
rescue their own children, Foster and Eddy persuaded four men, with pleading and money, to return to Truckee Lake with them.
During this deployment, on 21 June 1981, Melbourne
rescued 99 Vietnamese refugees from a disabled fishing vessel in the South China Sea.
HMAS Melbourne (R21)
Expedition secretary Burt McConnell wrote an account of the Wrangel Island
rescue which was published in The New York Times, 15 September 1914.
Voyage of the Karluk
Family members of the POWs were contacted by telegram to inform them of the
Raid at Cabanatuan
Five minutes of footage was excised to improving the film's pacing, and an additional scene was included on the Bird-of-Prey to make the circumstances of Kirk's
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
Having survived the crash, Joanna eliminates the president's clone and
rescues the real president.
rescued by the Black Pearl's new crew, and made captain once more.
He wrote of his maritime experiences in a book A Cruising Voyage Round the World, which sold well, in part due to public fascination at Selkirk's
However, reaching it would also involve a journey against the prevailing winds—though in less open seas—with no certainty that
rescue would arrive in time.
Voyage of the James Caird
In 1922, a Royal Navy ship was sent to Greece to
rescue his cousins, Prince and Princess Andrew.
In 368, the Theban army marched into Thessaly to
rescue Pelopidas and Ismenias, who had been imprisoned by Alexander of Pherae while serving as ambassadors.
In Florida, waves of over 10 feet (3 m) in height capsized a boat near Lantana; the two occupants were
rescued without injury.
Subtropical Storm Andrea (2007)
In the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, a Beagle search and
rescue dog with a Colombian rescue squad was credited with locating the owner of the Hôtel Montana, who was subsequently rescued after spending 100 hours buried in the rubble.
In the game's final sequence, Mario
rescues Peach, who kisses him on the cheek.
New Super Mario Bros.
In the last level, Conan has retrieved all of his armor and returns to Parad Isle to
rescue A'kanna from her father.
Conan (2007 video game)
It had been crammed full of
rescued goods and its crypt filled with the tightly packed stocks of the printers and booksellers in adjoining Paternoster Row.
Great Fire of London
It was also uncertain whether or not the locally available tugboat could have successfully
rescued the New Carissa.
Joseph Angell Young – Son of Brigham Young and member of the advance
rescue party that found the Martin Company.
Mormon handcart pioneers
Kenealy's own witnesses included Bogle and Biddulph, who remained steadfast, but more sensational testimony came from a sailor called Jean Luie, who claimed that he had been on the Osprey during the
Leigh Pitt, a print technician from Surrey, had died on 7 June 2007 rescuing nine-year-old Harley Bagnall-Taylor who was drowning in a canal in Thamesmead.