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Trooper James A. Moen | Alaska State Troopers - Fish and Wildlife Protection, Alaska Alaska State Troopers - Fish and Wildlife Protection, Alaska


James A. Moen

Alaska State Troopers - Fish and Wildlife Protection, Alaska

End of Watch: Monday, June 25, 2001

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 49

Tour: 18 years

Badge # 52

Military veteran

Cause: Aircraft accident

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Trooper James Moen was killed in an aircraft accident while on law enforcement patrol near Lake Iliamna, Alaska.

Trooper Moen was piloting the single-engine Piper Cub float plane when it crashed for unknown reasons. Another trooper located the wreckage later that evening and hiked to the scene after landing about a half mile away. Trooper Moen's body was recovered the following day.

Trooper Moen had served with the Alaska State Troopers - Fish and Wildlife Protection for over 18 years, and had over 4,000 hours of flight time as both a military and civilian pilot. He is survived by his wife and four children.

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Not a day passes that I don't remember how wonderful of a man and father you were. Thank you for being an incredible influence and example. I love you, Dad!

Megan A. Peters
Daughter; Spokesperson for the Alaska State Troopers
June 25, 2015


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