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ChrisBaird

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Some recommended books…

Flight of Gold, ultimate wreck hunt (Alaska).  Very well written and interesting if you haven’t heard about it.

http://www.amazon.com/Flight-Gold-Adventure-Discovering-Northwest/dp/0988977249/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1459136910&sr=1-1&keywords=flight+of+gold

Another book, I read about 4 years ago --- shows how JPAC does a wreck hunt, and this is a good one – a single Huey in a big battle.   Very good read!

http://www.amazon.com/Where-They-Lay-Earl-Swift/dp/0553814443?ie=UTF8&keywords=where%20they%20lay&qid=1459137100&ref_=sr_1_4&sr=8-4

--> Chris B.
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Chris,

 Just got a copy of "Where They Lay". Can't wait to get into it, thanks for the heads up on these books...

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For a review of the book Lost Nuke (story shown in the Discovery Channel docu of same name) see:


http://www.canadashistory.ca/Books/Lire-sur-l%E2%80%99histoire/Reviews/Lost-Nuke-The-Last-Flight-of-Bomber-075
ChrisBaird

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Found some more good wreck hunting books, all by Andy Saunders.

Finding The Few
Finding The Foe
and
Finding The Fallen

All very well written and researched.

His book on Aircraft Salvage is also very interesting with tons of photos of the recovery of German and British crash sites in the UK mostly during the Battle of Britain.

Chris B.
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