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P-38 Lightning wreck [1]

A memorial to the pilot who died here.  The P-38 Lightning plane wreck is located in the remote open desert near Christmas Valley, Oregon.  The plane exploded during a training mission & landed here leaving a depression w/ debris spanning this area & to the south.  Nearby is also the remains of a A-6 intruder airplane wreck from 1973.  A metal plaque installed by BLM reads:


P-38 Pilot 2LT Max P. Clark

On February 9, 1945, P-38 Lightning Fighter Pilot 2nd Lieutenant Max P. Clark, age 25, was on a gunnery training flight out of Redmond Army Air Field, Redmond, Oregon, when his plane crashed at this location, killing him.  The debris from the crashed P-38 is left here as a tribute and memorial to 2nd Lieutenant Clark who perished while serving his country.

The remains of the plane are a historic site and should not be removed or defaced.  Please respect the memory and sacrifice of Max Clark.

For further information, please contact the Lakeview Office of the Bureau of Land Management, United States Department of the Interior.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13200x6600
Taken: 29/05/2017
Uploaded: 29/05/2017


Tags: aviation; airplane; wreck; crash; plane; oregon; oregon outback; christmas valley; military; p-38 lightning
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