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kyplaskon

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Hello Wreckchasers!

I am the author of Silent Heroes of the Cold War Declassified. I need assistance identifying aircraft parts from photos of USAF 9086 for an article for Nevada Magazine on the Silent Heroes of the Cold War National Memorial.

If any one would be kind enough to take a look, help identify what they are or any valuable information, I will attempt to include it in a Nevada Magazine article. My deadline is Friday 2/22.

I am curious about the stamping and why there seem to be so many stamps over old stamps.

Please call me at 775-287-0302 or write to ky at nevada.unr.edu . Include any credentials you have that would qualify you to identify aircraft parts.

Thank you!
Ky Plaskon
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Kyril D. Plaskon, Author: Silent Heroes of the Cold War Declassified
A top secret military plane crash on a remote mountain peak, the long road to discovery and the impact of government secrecy on families for generations.
https://www.facebook.com/SecretPlaneCrash/
kyplaskon

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Photos have been added
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Kyril D. Plaskon, Author: Silent Heroes of the Cold War Declassified
A top secret military plane crash on a remote mountain peak, the long road to discovery and the impact of government secrecy on families for generations.
https://www.facebook.com/SecretPlaneCrash/
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I communicated with the author.
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singoto

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I had hiked all the way from the bottom to the top through the "Airplane Crash Gully".
There are still lots of parts down the gully.
Most of the parts are stuck in the gully about 400 ft lower than where airplane crashed.
And few parts went down farther like 1000 ft down. (one of the landing gear)

Its too dangerous to hike down from the top to these sites.
You need to approach from the bottom, but need class 3+ scrambling skill.

Here are some pics of the parts.

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kyplaskon

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Singoto, These are great!
I posted a video of what I shot at the site:



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Kyril D. Plaskon, Author: Silent Heroes of the Cold War Declassified
A top secret military plane crash on a remote mountain peak, the long road to discovery and the impact of government secrecy on families for generations.
https://www.facebook.com/SecretPlaneCrash/
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