20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

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Re: 20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

Unread post by STosen » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:35 pm

Thanks, we have been in touch with her.
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Re: 20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

Unread post by StefvanWyk » Sun Jul 22, 2018 10:03 am

Since locating the crash site on the afternoon of 09 February 2018, i have so far located and identified a few pieces of the wreck.
LH outboard flap
LH wing tip
LH horizontal stab tip
LH Belly speedbrake
RH horizontal stab centre section
Various 30mm canon rounds.

The debris field is much wider than I initially thought it would be. Speed brake was 1600m from crater. Wing tip 1150m away. Looks like aircraft went in inverted with RH wing hitting first.
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Re: 20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

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Re: 20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

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Re: 20th February, 1988 - RIP Major Edward Richard Every

Unread post by STosen » Wed Jul 25, 2018 8:13 am

Thanks Stef!

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