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Jeff_Wilkinson

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Hello All,

Thanks to family life, work, college, and the Air Guard, I haven't had much time in the past couple of years or so for wreckchasing activities.  I was able to get out a couple of weeks ago and make another trip to the crash site of Texas International Flight 655 on Black Fork Mountain in far western Arkansas.  The previous trips had been in August/September-time to coincide with the anniversary of the crash, but this time I wanted to go before the vegetation really took hold.

2018-March-31-Fifth-Expedition

Photos from our previous trips can be found here.

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Great photos Jeff. Checked the ones from your earlier visits and the vegetation makes a big difference on the visibility of the wreckage. Surprising that much remains after all these years. Thanks for posting.


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Jeff,

Nice post and great photos! Thanks for sharing.

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We made an unsuccessful attempt to locate the crash site this past Sunday, December 23rd, 2018.  We were using the longitude and latitude from the NSTB report.  Can anyone supply more precise coordinates?  
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