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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A search was to resume Friday for an Air Force airman from Texas man missing on a kayaking trip at an Alaska lake.

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Alaska State Troopers say Robert Brown was last seen Monday at Eklutna Lake in Anchorage.

Brown was stationed at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

Public affairs spokesman Staff Sgt. John Wright says Brown’s rank was airman first class but that his hometown can’t be released.

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Eklutna Lake supplies water for Anchorage. Troopers say Brown on Monday night had been kayaking near the municipal water supply intake.

Anchorage firefighters launched a search. Divers could not be deployed because of strong currents near the supply intake.

Troopers plan to search from the air Friday.

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