On Thursday, a military Norwegian Hercules airplane suddenly disappeared from the radars at 14.56 local time, in the "Kebnekaise" region in Nothern sweden. Kebnekaise is Sweden's highest mountain and is as far as you can possibly get from "civilization" in these modern days. The last radio messages were urgent help messages of disorientation and critical height loss, and rescue teams were swiftly organized,. However, for two days, fierce storms and snowfall have reigned, and this has severely dampened our spirit of finding any of the 5 crew members alive. Today, it has been announced that wreckages of the airplane has been found, and more ominously, the rescue teams could clearly see what must have been the point of impact at the western wall of Kebnekaise herself. In high speed, the plane has crashed into the mountain wall, and in all probability, body parts will be as scattered as pieces of the airplane. None, as yet, have been confirmed found. As a nation, we can only take comfort in that their deaths came as swiftly and painfree as it could possibly come, although this on its own cannot assuage the pain in the hearts of those bereaved. Let them be remembered in peace, and gratefulness for their many years of service for Norway.