THE LOSS OF DAKOTA A65-112  

Dean Norman was kind enough to take me to the crash site of A65-112 earlier this year (2003).    It is a stark contrast to most of the crash sites I have been to, with absolutely no evidence that such a cataclysmic event had taken place there at all.   The only way to determine the location was to compare the photos we had, with the surrounding grounds.
Forty-six years after A65-112 crashed in this area no one at Duntroon would be able to find any physical evidence of the tragic events that had taken place on the night of the 19th March 1957.

A special thanks to Dean Norman.   Without his help, this story would not have been possible.


Dean Norman was kind enough to take me to the crash site of A65-112 earlier this year (2003). It is a stark contrast to most of the crash sites I have been to, with absolutely no evidence that such a cataclysmic event had taken place there at all. The only way to determine the location was to compare the photos we had, with the surrounding grounds.
Forty-six years after A65-112 crashed in this area no one at Duntroon would be able to find any physical evidence of the tragic events that had taken place on the night of the 19th March 1957.

A special thanks to Dean Norman. Without his help, this story would not have been possible.


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