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dvsunshine

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The (Second Volume) of Aircraft Wrecks Of The Pacific Northwest is now available. This new book includes 36 chapters detailing WW-2 and early cold war era jet crash sites as they exist today throughout the Pacific Northwest region. If you are interested in acquiring an autographed copy of this book, please contact Dave McCurry at dvmccurry@yahoo.com. Copies can also be obtained from Amazon.com or Merriam Press.

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Dave
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Cover photos of the two volumes of Aircraft Wrecks Of The Pacific Northwest.

Thanks,

Dave McCurry

ChrisBaird

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Top notch, Dave.    5-stars.

I just got it yesterday from Amazon and am half-way through. 

Your write-ups are superlative.  The color photos - - - and even better, the original crash site photos, excellent!

This is what an aviation archeology book should look like. (like the X-Hunter book)

Very nice work.  

Also - as an F-104 guy, the Uhlman crash was great to see.  I never knew anyone had ever been to that one.   He was highly decorated, DFC, etc.

I have one photo of 56-0783 (probably at Hamilton AFB)(see attached).

Thanks for the ride-along.    :> 

Great work.

-- Chris Baird
http://www.arizonawrecks.com

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dvsunshine

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Chris,

You are a great inspiration to me and a "HUGE" supporter of the hard work that goes into writing my books! Thank you so much, and I sincerely appreciate your awesome reviews of the first and second editions of Aircraft Wrecks Of The Pacific Northwest!

Dave McCurry
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