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"Why not Tulsa?" History of Convair in Texas
"B-36: Bomber at the Crossroads"
THE FIRST INCIDENT
THE FIRST CRASH
- B-36B 44-92075 - from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
- "BROKEN ARROW" B.C. Aviator, Oct/Nov 1993, by Dirk Septor.
- "GENTLE GIANT" An excerpt from an article by Jim Roddick.
- 1950 BOMBER CRASH IN BC Peace BC by John Clearwater.
- B-36 CRASH MAKES HISTORY Highway 16 Magazine by Tammy Lipke
- THE DOWNING OF U.S. BOMBER 2075 CNNR.ORG by David Pugliese
- BROKEN ARROW, A LOST NUCLEAR WEAPON IN CANADA Mysteries of Canada by Bruce Ricketts
- CRASH SITE SURVEY by Doug Davidge, Aug. 11, 1997.
- "NIGHTMARE AT MIDNIGHT" Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Feb. 17, 1997, by Frank Perkins.
- COPILOT INTERVIEW by Don Pyeatt.
- READERS COMMENTS about the mission and crash of this
LACOCK, UK CRASH Feb. 7, 1953.
RANDOM ISLAND, NEWFOUNDLAND
THE ALBUQUERQUE INCIDENT
Specifications and Variants
Joe Baugher's Aircraft Encyclopedia.
Gallery of U.S. Nuclear Tests
The Saga of the Last B-36
The Awesome Sound of the B-36
Revised and expanded
Third Edition now available
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