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March 10, 2014 AT 10:47 AM
With few clues, searchers are racing time, wind, and the current as they search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared from radar early Saturday morning between Kuala Lampur and Vietnam with 239 people on board. Even assuming that the wreckage landed in the water, searchers have hardly any solid hints where to start. Commander Williams Marks told NBC News from the U.S.S. Blue Ridge in the South China Sea; “In other crashes, you might have good radar contact and see the altitude drop and drop until it crashes, This one just kind of disappeared.”