Most of the Coast Guard's missions involve weekend sailboaters and fishermen, but hunters figure prominently in the mix. In January 2004, for example, a party of three duck hunters disappeared near Admiralty Island. The Coast Guard recovered the bodies of two of the hunters and eventually suspended the search for the third member of the party. David Mills, 14 at the time, is still listed as "missing," although SAR teams recovered the bodies of his father, Rich Mills, and a friend, Gary Davies. The hunters' boat swamped and capsized on the northern point of Kupreanof Island. There isn't much hope that David has somehow been spared. A Coast Guard spokesman surmises that, for whatever reason, his body never surfaced in the frigid waters of the north Pacific and will probably never be found.