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WWII’s Tragic Aviation Accidents

WWII’s Tragic Aviation Accidents

By Mason Webb
It was Christmas Day, 1944. A U.S. Navy C-47 Skytrain with five men aboard was en route from Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, to Columbus, Ohio. It was a routine training flight. The pilot was beginning his landing approach into the Indianapolis municipal airport but a heavy fog   More »



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