Aircraft crash sites are, in fact, places of historic interest. For a brief period of time, these places became hot-spots of activity, and nearly as much was learned from the crash as from the flight testing itself. And much like visiting the locale of a Civil War battlefield like Gettysburg or Manassas to build a connection with the past to certain historic events, such is the cause with aircraft wreck sites. In years to come, nothing except the actual place will exist.
Our tours and the items we offer are designed to put people in touch with the past, and learn about the how the events occurred, and how the events changed aviation history, and hopefully some insight into the pilots who truly "pushed the envelope."
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