Excellent site by Shaharom Ahmad, Sager
Ahmad and Goh Keng Loon.
Of particular interest is the information on the WWII
wrecks they have investigated.
Bent Prop Project
Dr. Pat Scannon's new website about wrecks and aviation archeology
in the Palau area.
Dan Seymour, a Mortuary Affairs Specialist for the US Army, and a
Search and Recovery Team member at the US Army Central Identification
Laboratory, Hawaii (CILHI).
The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery are full-time
professional staff of researchers and supporters in the nonprofit
organization's efforts to find, save, and preserve rare and historic
Archaeology of Australasia and the Pacific
A review of past activities and a blueprint for the future
Pages by Dirk H.R. Spennemann at Charles Sturt University, Albury,
Tim Heck's page devoted to the subject Lots of great links to wrecks
all over the world. Including P-38 in PNG. See "Better
than Facts-or are they facts"
Report about wreck preservation and importance today. Written by anthropologist
Trey Brandt's excellent site about the 300 aviation mishaps that happened
in Arizona during the war. Details on an A-20, B-24H, B-25 and B-24D
wrecks. All include wonderful current photographs. Well researched
histories of the locations and crashes also.
Archaeology Investigation and Research
Excellent source for U.S. military aircraft accident reports and individual
aircraft record history cards. Lots of photographs and information
on identifying parts and pieces of airplanes.