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Category Archives: flight crew
Two numbers that everyone familiar with the Flying Tiger crash should remember are “923” and “923.” The first number 923 refers to the airplane, a Lockheed four engine Super Constellation, “Flying Tiger 923.” The second number refers to the date … Continue reading
Most of the information contained within this posting is obtained from the Civil Aeronautics Board report of September 10, 1963. Robert Parker, Port Washington, Long Island, New York First Officer Robert W. Parker, age 27, had a total of 2,430 … Continue reading
RE Post: About this site. By Ken Skelton Two survivors, Frank Ruffalo and Sam Vasquez, reunited at my home in Arizona today (May 11). Would you like a photo of them? [Editor’s Note: “Yes, certainly!”] * * … Continue reading