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2010/08/27 04:06:59 (permalink)
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From a USAAF transport crash site

We are searching for a crash site of a USA aircraft crashed in mountains south Italy 31 july 1944. It transport 19 men to Normandy area. I'm not sure these objects are from aircraft but I will return in the place for more research. If these are fragments from aircraft I will be sure we find  correct place.....
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The colour appears to be olive drab

On the other side there is a plastic cover. Some idea?

Some fragments

This appears to be from a cockpit

Here is a cockpit of a Dakota. In the left cloche you can see a part like this we find.

Some idea??? Thanks!

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    Re:From a USAAF transport crash site 2010/09/01 09:35:15 (permalink)
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    I don't see anything for Julty 31,1944 in the USAAF accident list. But there is this accident on July 29,1944. ITA is Italy,of course.
     
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    Re:From a USAAF transport crash site 2010/09/01 11:10:56 (permalink)
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    Thanks. Some informations about place where it crashed and men killed? Thanks.
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