A privately-owned Vodochody L-29 Delfin jet trainer (file photo below) went down in Table Bay near Milnerton South Africa on Friday (Sept. 22, 2006). Authorities haven’t released the name of the pilot who was killed in the crash. Police believe he was the sole occupant.
By BRIAN MOSELY, Shelbyville Times-Gazette September 10, 2006
NORMANDY, Tenn. – Enormous sections of a World War II aircraft that has rested on the bottom of the Duck River in Normandy for more than 60 years were uncovered and measured by Air Force and Navy personnel.But after Thursday’s examination of the vintage wreckage, there are more questions than answers over exactly what type of warplane is sitting on the riverbed.