User talk:Dennis Bratland
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Your references for Harbor Airlines
Dear Dennis, thanks for having provided us with additional sources. But I have a problem with the two headlines "Searchers Expand Hunt No Word On Missing Plane" and "Plane With Five Aboard Is Missing" (please note that I have re-located the currently unused content to the talk page rather than the article itself). Are you sure that this is really about the airline in question? I cannot investigate further, because a subscription is needed. The only fatal accident of Harbor Airlines happened in 1974, near Seattle Airport (so the location of the wreckage was known), whilst your two refs seem to refer to an event from 1990. Best regards--FoxyOrange (talk) 21:13, 3 December 2013 (UTC)
- Yes, I think you're right. Harbor Air Services was a small family air taxi in Alaska. See Wikipedia:HighBeam and Wikipedia:WikiProject Resource Exchange for how you can get access to paid databases like HighBeam, Credo, Questia and so on. Or have another editor share it with you. There's usually a lot of options whenever you run into a paywall. --Dennis Bratland (talk) 21:21, 3 December 2013 (UTC)
With regard to Product Recalls (Pharmaceutical Industry), per Wikipedia's rules, material from government sources and public laws does not fall under copyright because it is in the public domain. Lodder (talk) 17:07, 4 December 2013 (UTC)