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The wreckage of a US Air Force B52 that is located on Elephant Mtn is a memorial dedicated to the crew that was flying a low level radar mission and crashed in 1963. The B52 is a huge aircraft with a wingspan over 200 feet....More
This was my second trip to the crash site. Seven servicemen lost their lives here in 1963. It feels a bit like visiting a cemetery. Volunteers see to it that the crash site is maintained. Well worth the trip.
We made the trip to the Elephant Mountain B-52 crash site early on a foggy morning. The stillness and fog gave a somber, almost eerie feeling to the site. It is a humbling, almost spiritual experience, knowing what happened there all those years ago. Remarkably,...More
We were walking around in this area. We stopped to see where the B-52 crashed many years ago. A very somber site because you see where a few of our servicemen lost their lives. They have a tribute site there and it's worth a visit....More
Just wow, never seen or heard of being able to see a plane crash site, let alone have a well maintained dirt road take you there!
This place is one of a kind. If you get the chance check it out, takes about 1.5-2 hours...More
Tucked away in the woods....so much history from a tragic Crash site. Plane debree left in the woods....in remembrance of a January 1963 bomber crash into a side of the mountain. A must see. Simple hike. Just devasting....remarkable two survived.