Nebraska's Fatal Air             
Crashes of WWII

This book details the 60 WWII fatal air crash sites in Nebraska that claimed the lives of 243 airmen. Aviation author Jerry Penry of Denton, Nebraska, spent years compiling this detailed information. Each site was researched from the military accident reports, archived newspaper articles, interviewing eyewitnesses, and by visiting each crash site. The author traveled thousands of miles to interview nearly 300 people to compile this information. Many eyewitnesses to these crash sites have passed away since being interviewed, making this research invaluable. Their first-hand stories were compiled before they were lost to time.

This large book is hardbound with 320 pages. There are 132 photos, 57 maps, and 14 other diagrams or illustrations. This work is complete with individual maps showing the exact location of each crash, the locations of Nebraska's army airfields, and the locations of the practice bombing and gunnery ranges as they existed during WWII. The book includes an appendix listing the names and hometowns of all 243 airmen who were killed, statistical information about the crashes, reference sources, and an index.

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