During the Vietnam War Flight Lieutenant Gary Frakes and Pilot Officer Lew Martin – the crew of an RAAF Canberra – flew bombing missions, neutralising targets like enemy bridges and transport. Their luck ran out when they tangled with a MiG21 fighter and were forced to eject over the hostile territory of neighbouring Laos.
They had barely touched the ground when they realised they’d jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire – deep in the dense jungle there wasn’t one enemy, but two!
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