NOTE: THIS ITEM IS OUT OF PRINT
Featuring more than 1.300 comprehensive listings of aircraft wreck sites in wilderness areas of California. This expanded and updated book features more than 1,300 comprehensive listings of aircraft wreck sites in Northern and Southern California. With illustrations, maps and 355 photos, this 500-page-plus Third Edition updates the previous Second Edition of the book which covered the period 1909-1996. Aircraft Wrecks in the Mountains and Deserts of California, 1909-2002 is the most complete guidebook to locating historical aircraft crash sites in uninhabited Western US wilderness, and offers details on the history of the downed aircraft and information on how to locate them. The book also features data on the date of the crash, aircraft type, causes of the crash, and what happened to the occupants. Private. commercial, and military plane and jet crashes are covered, as well as experimental craft, helicopters, drones, and lighter-than-air craft. Written by Gary Patric Macha, premier aviation achaeologist and wreckfinder, with detailed personal crash histories by storyteller and former military aviator Don Jordan, the guidebook features information on how to approach an historical crash site and includes forms for reporting newly discovered details on identified crash sites, as well as new sites discovered by readers. A companion 50-minute video, Wreck Finding: Lost But Not Forgotten, is also available. [See separate product listing in this section of the store]. And, we offer a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! If you don’t get at least one good idea from this book, simply return it and we’ll refund your book purchase price…no questions asked!
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