Memorial service honors crew that disappeared over Bermuda Triangle


Amelia Earheart, the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean was reported missing on July 2, 1937, along with her navigator, Fred Noonan. Though some clues and theories have emerged over the years, her airplane was never found.

On December 5, 1945, one of the most famous disappearances of all occurred just after World War Two. Led by Commander Charles Taylor, an experienced pilot, Flight-19 was the code name for Five Avenger bomber planes that took off for a training session from the naval base at Florida. All 13 trainee pilots along with Taylor never returned.

In below there are so many images of crew who were disappeared in Bermuda Triangle.

Organizers held a memorial service Friday at General Mitchell International Airport for a 10-man crew that disappeared while flying over the Bermuda Triangle exactly 50 years ago.

On June 5, 1965, on a clear night, radio traffic controllers lost contact with the crew of the C-119 Flying Boxcar as it flew over the Atlantic Ocean south of Florida.

The plane never reached its destination — Grand Turk Island in the Bahamas — and neither the aircraft nor the bodies of the men aboard was ever found.