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Pushing The Envelope

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Darting low over Alaskan glaciers, fiords, and mountains at speeds of 300 knots separated by just inches, ten pilots make up this saga of danger and adventure that reveals the grit, guts and optimism that built America.

  • DirectorZach Ruble
  • Runtime: 29 min
  • StudioDistribber
  • QualityHD

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