This aircraft was assigned to the 1333rd AAF Base Unit and was based at Chabua, India. On 06 Jan 1945, it was on a routine flight from...
Crash Site Discoveries 2011 to Present
Total aircraft crash sites reached: 28
MIA personnel accounted for: 279
C-47B #43-48368 a.k.a. BuNo 17254
Found 24 Feb 2021
This C-47 aircraft was assigned to the US Military Group – Navy Section, Chile. It was enroute from its home base at El Belloto Naval Air...
Found 07 Aug 2020
This US Air Force aircraft from Biggs AFB in El Paso, TX was assigned to the Strategic Air Command (SAC), 8th Air Force, 97th Bomb Wing,...
Recovered Nov-Dec 2019
Investigator's Note: I initially reached and identified this crash site on 09 Nov 2011. Family members of the personnel aboard this...
C-53 #42-6479 a.k.a. RAF #MA929
Found 25 Dec 2017
This aircraft was assigned to the 31st Squadron RAF at Palam, India. Information about the aircraft loss is limited and conflicting. ...
Found 07 Dec 2014
This aircraft was reported as missing in flight on 07 May 1943 while enroute from Yangkai, China to Chabua, India. There was no radio...
Found 09 Nov 2011
Investigator's Note: In early Nov 2011, I was investigating a US C-46 crash site on the Arunachal Pradesh-Tibet border in the very far NE...
Found 01 Nov 2011
This aircraft departed Mohanbari, India at 0423 GMT on 31 Jan 1944 for Kunming, China on a routine cargo flight over the Hump. The route...
C-47DL #41-18556 a.k.a. CNAC #60
Found 29 Sep 2011
This CNAC aircraft was enroute from Kunming, China to Dinjan, India on 17 Nov 1942. It was on a routine mission over the Hump back to its...
Found 04 Jan 2011
On 25 Jan 1944, this aircraft departed Kunming, China for Chabua, India on a routine ferrying mission. The aircraft was assigned to the...
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