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Thanks for posting this link, Dave.
Upon making my request, staff at NASM quickly acknowledged my email and sent some additional information. Users should know that you can request three record cards per month using this link. Here's more from the message:
THE NASM ARCHIVES DIVISION IS MOVING During 2011, the Archives Division will move its offices and collections to the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Phase Two in Chantilly, Virginia. The following services are currently suspended: • Research appointments at the Paul E. Garber Facility Reading Room in Suitland, Maryland • Reproductions of microfilm, drawings, and technical manuals • Public and museum photo orders • Film and video requests • Photocopies of collections material • Donations to the collections • Audio collection requests Permissions and reference services will continue, but expect delays in response. Access to the Archives/Library Reading Room in the National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall will continue during the move period. Please visit the Archives Division website ( http://www.nasm.si.edu/research/arch/ ) for up-to-date information regarding the move schedule. __________________ Nicholas A. Veronico http://www.Wreckchasing.com Support this website by purchasing copies of Wreckchasing 101 for yourself or a friend at: http://www.amazon.com Check out my other books at: http://www.amazon.com/author/nicholasveronico
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Does anyone understand all of the information on these cards, or is good at deciphering them? I have received a few of them, but they are a bit confusing.
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http://www.amazon.com/Aircraft-Record-Cards-United-States/dp/0786437820 Try this book by Robert Mann. __________________ Anthony J. Mireles
FATAL ARMY AIR FORCES AVIATION ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES 1941-1945