|Quoting kc135topboom (Reply 2):|
The wreckage looks more like an upside down B-52G. Unless the tail was cut down, that is a "G" tail, not one from a B-52D. Also, the B-52G did not start to be built until 1958, the B-52D/E/Fs were built in 1956 (the B-52F continued to be built into 1957). Additionally, there is no evidence of the external bomb racks on the wings. All the B-52Ds from Guam and Thailand carried external bombs in addition to internally. No, this cannot be the wreckage of Rose-01.
|Quoting scbriml (Reply 1):|
Wow, when I visited the park in 2012, all that was there was the tail fin of the plane. They've obviously done a lot of work in the last three and a half years.
|Quoting N14AZ (Reply 3):|
Just to be sure - you say the wreckage in the museum cannot be the wreckage of Rose-01, correct?
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