Plane Wrecks Seen in Google Map



This Google Map has over 50 actual plane wrecks you can see when you zoom in very close and another 25 that have been geo-tagged as existing at the plotted location. Some like the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 made headline news. Others like the Kee Bird and the Curtiss C-46 Commando "Miss Piggy" were historic events. Some like the SAAF 1716 ('Pelican 16') and the Kittyhawk P40 are the subject of online searches. Others I doubt you ever heard of. They include commercial airline flights, military flights, crashes high up in the mountains, and crashes deep in the jungle. Using the legend in the original Google Map, accessed via the link below, will enable you to access planes that are so close together their icons overlap.  


 Curtiss C-46 Commando "Miss Piggy".
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 Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571.
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Loon Lake plane wreck.
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Albatross plane wreck.
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B-29 Superfortress wreckage on
China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station.

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Unknown plane wreck on Guadalupe Island.
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