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B-17 Nine-o-Nine - Ernest Mac McCauley

B-17 “Nine-o-Nine”: ATC Audio Released from Before and After Crash

LiveATC.com has publicized audio containing communications between the Air Traffic Control and B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” (N93012) prior to the crash. The audio reveals that the crew of B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” (identified as N93012 on the audio) asked for an immediate landing. Flight records from FlightAware show that 909 had flown about eight miles and reached an altitude …

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B-17 “Nine-o-Nine” Crash: Aftermath Video & Names Released

A B-Roll video has been released by NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) investigators surveying the scene at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut after the crash of B-17 “Nine-o-Nine”. UPDATE: ATC AUDIO TAPE RELEASED FROM BEFORE AND AFTER THE CRASH! NTSB is currently investigating the crash of B-17 (N93012) “Nine-o-Nine” that crashed at the Bradley International …

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C-47 Crash Texas

Iconic C-47 “Bluebonnet Belle” Crashes in Burnet, Texas

Iconic C-47 “Bluebonnet Belle” crashed yesterday on July 21, 2018, in Burnet, Texas. 13 people were aboard when the crash occured. Everyone onboard survived, although injuries (one severe and 7 with minor injuries) have been reported. The C-47 was on its way to AirVenture 2018. “At 9:18 AM, BCSO Communications was notified of a plane …

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Hurricane RF-E P3700 (Credits: Polish Embassy UK)

Hurricane unearthed 75 years after it crashed during Battle of Britain

The remains of No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron’s Hurricane were uncovered exactly 75 years after the airplane’s crash on 9th September 1940. Piloted by Sgt Kazimierz Wunsche, Hurricane RF-E 3700 was shot down during the Battle of Britain following air combat with the Luftwaffe over Beachy Head. Sgt Wunsche bailed out of his burning aircraft …

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Japanese ambassador to PNG Hiroharu Iwasaki at the Yamamoto crash site

Yamamoto’s WWII Crash site opened to tourists in Bougainville

The World War II crash site of a military plane carrying Japanese admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, who was the commander-in-chief during the decisive early years of the Pacific War and was responsible for major battles such as Pearl Harbor and Midway, has been opened to visitors in Bougainville for the first time in more than five …

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