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    cold war relic hunter
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    B-36 Crash site
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    Chris Collins
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    Is this the crash at El Paso, or in that area ??. if so
    I believe the same crew of your photographed B36 were also involved in a earlier accident within a hours drive from me,,

    they had to bale out of a stricken B36 which crashed narrowly missing the Village of Lacock, in the UK,
    I heard most of them were later killed in a accident months later in the USA ,also in a B36 type at El Paso .

    here is a link to the british accident , a interesting read,
    Please note , the site is protected by the "Protection of Military Remains Act 1986" UK Law

    Lacock UK Crash

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    Sadly, there's only 4 intact b-36s today.

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