Fatal Army Air Forces Aviation Accidents

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    During the Second World War over 15,500 USAAF personnel and over 7,100 aircraft were destroyed in fatal accidents in the United States. Read about this appalling toll in:

    FATAL ARMY AIR FORCES AVIATION ACCIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1941-1945

    This three-volume work chronicles all AAF fatal accidents that occurred in the US, providing date, location, AC info, names and accident cause in a well orgainzied and easy to use format. This work has over 32,000 individual index entries. This work is in a second printing.

    Noted Aviation Author Nick Veronico:

    "an important contribution to the historical record."


    Air Classics Magazine "excellent"


    Aviation News Magazine:
    "This is a superlative work for aviation enthusiasts and historians and a staggering piece of reserach into a previously unexplored avenue of aviation."

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