Identified from 1942 Crash:

The DOD POW/Missing Personnel Office has identified the remains of an airman missing since the crash of an AT-7 aircraft during a Nov. 18, 1942 navigator training flight out of Mather Field, Calif. Aviation Cadet Ernest G. Munn of St Clairsville, Ohio, was one of four men aboard the AT-7. When it failed to return to base after it would have exhausted its five hours of fuel, officials launched a search that continued for about a month with no results. In 1947, hikers in the Sierra Nevada mountain range found AT-7 wreckage on Darwin Glacier. In 2005, other hikers discovered frozen human remains, circumstantial evidence, and personal effects that subsequently the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command identified as Cadet Leo Mustonen of the ill-fated flight. Other hikers in 2007 found more remains near the 2005 site that JPAC researchers identified as belonging to Munn.