National Geographic : 1946 Oct
© National Geographic Society Kodachrome by John E.Schneider Low Stratus Clouds Creep In on Marrak Point. In 15 Minutes the Landing FieldNear By Will Be Fogged In Quick weather changes along the Greenland coast make flying hazardous. Lost airmen get their bearings by radio fromdirection-finder stations. This lonely GI surveys Graede Fjord and 4,000-foot Mount Kitdlavat, near Marrak Point. Though it is June, snow lingersinthe hills, asitdoes all summer.