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Wreckchasing Message Board
Wreckchasing Message Board
Wrecks from Craig Fuller
Wrecks from Craig Fuller

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A premier wreck chasing resource!

One of the true masters - Craig is a pioneer of wreck chasing.  In the field of aviation archaeology, you can't match his site as the ultimate resource for U.S. military aircraft accident reports and individual aircraft record (history) cards and aviation archaeology information.  Craig has over 100,000 accident reports on file.  We're not worthy to say any more!


Trey's Web site
Trey's Web site
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Arizona Aircraft Archaeology, courtesy of Trey Brandt 

The place to go if you're searching for crashed military aircraft in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Southern California; from WWII through the Cold War.
Wrecks from Tony Mireles
Wrecks from Tony Mireles

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FATAL ARMY AIR FORCES AVIATION ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES 1941 - 1945

Dedicated aviation historian Tony Mireles gives us the total background on military wrecks in the States.

A complete record of military crashes from 1941 to 1945.  A staggering 7,100 USAAF Aircraft crashes on home turf during WWII, and Tony has tirelessly researched every one.  Don't miss this incredible resource!


Aircraft Wrecks from a Maestro
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An amazing body of work from G. Pat Macha, “Aircraft Wrecks in the Mountains and Deserts of the American West.”  Click the image to see everything that this man has seen and done!

True Tales from Aviation History
True Tales from Aviation History
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“True Tales from Aviation History.”  Amazing stories of aviation history by Don R. Jordan.  Wreck sites that were very hard to find, and are available for viewing on the web.

Amazing Wreck Sites
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Aircraft Crash Sites

Truly amazing aircraft wreck images from Joe Idoni

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Davis Monthan Aviation Field Register


You have to check out this very powerful Web site that was based on the comings-and-goings of flyers through Davis-Monthan from 1925 to 1936.  You will not be disappointed!! 

This is an incredible internet site that you could spend days exploring and still not get enough!!


 

CHECK OUT Jim's Southeastern USA wreck hunting website!   http://www.sewreckchasing.com/

The source for aviation archaeology information:
http://wreckchasing.com/

Great site (we're trying to find a valid link): http://okwreckchasing.com/

Hubert Peitzmeier’s great Starfighter page: http://www.916-starfighter.de/

Fascinating Connie Survivor site: http://www.conniesurvivors.com/

All things F-16: http://www.f-16.net/

Starfighter heaven: http://www.starfighters.nl/

A few interesting crash sites here: http://www.woodser.com/


Aviation Archaeology in Maine
Aviation Archaeology in Maine

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Aviation Archaeology in Maine

Over 300 major military aviation mishaps have occurred in the State of Maine between the pre-war, WW II, and Cold War eras. Several hundred American, Canadian and British Commonwealth aircrew lost their lives in Maine forests, fields, and waters. 

A small group of New England amateur Aviation Archaeologists,are working to preserve these stories for future generations. Click the image to the left to visit this great web site.


The Aviation Zone
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The Aviation Zone

A comprehensive online aviation resource for military transport aircraft, aerial tankers and fixed-wing gunships.

International F-104 Society: http://www.i-f-s.nl/

Flight manuals for the warbird community: http://www.eflightmanuals.com/

Accident databases: http://www.ntsb.gov/ntsb/query.asp#query_start

Frequently updated air disaster site: http://www.airdisaster.com/


Thirty Thousand Feet: A large aviation directory with thousands of links to aviation web pages, aviation news, FAQs, and other sources of commercial, military, and general aviation information.
Thirty Thousand Feet: A large aviation directory with thousands of links to aviation web pages, aviation news, FAQs, and other sources of commercial, military, and general aviation information.

Earl Berlin’s B-50 project. 
If you have any information on B-50s please contact him.
Earl wrote the two very excellent Air Force Legends series books, Douglas C-124 Globemaster II and F-86H Sabre Hog books. Click here for more info. 


Arizona in World War Two: www.p-38.com

Aerospace Archaeology Team: http://www.thexhunters.com/


Airfields Database
Airfields Database
nebraska fatal air crashes from world war two, plane wrecks from nebraska
Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields
Abandoned & Little-Known Airfields
Wreck Chasing Reading List
Wreck Chasing Reading List
Debris Field
RAF over Arizona (WWII)
RAF over Arizona (WWII)
Luke Aux Fields
Luke Aux Fields
Arizona Air Tanker Losses (Fire Bombers)
Arizona Air Tanker Losses (Fire Bombers)