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St. Petersburg woman knows the pain of Flight 370 passenger's families

On March 22, 1957, a military transport plane took off from Travis Air Force Base in California with 67 people on board en route to Tokyo. Somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, the plane vanished. An armada of planes and vessels combed the ocean in one of the biggest searches in U.S. Air Force history. No trace of the plane was found. The U.S. government declared all on board dead. One of the passengers was John E. Bryant, a handsome 19-year-old from a big family in St. Petersburg. His parents and 10 brothers and sisters grieved for him, but could never shake the idea that somehow he was still alive. [John Pendygraft | with AP Photo]

Source: Tampa Bay Times

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