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Old 11th March 2008, 12:35
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F-100 Crasch near Sonthofen Summer 1958

During an low-level-sortie one of two F-100 crashed near the village of Sonthofen/Bavaria. The Pilot was killed on impact. An photo shown one of the F-100 before the accident it has the Nummer FW 858(?) on the fuselage. It looks as the plane was an two-seater. Is it possible to get more information about the incident?
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Old 11th March 2008, 21:30
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Re: F-100 Crasch near Sonthofen Summer 1958

Hi,
55-3697 8th TFS/49th TFW , Sonthofen West Germany pilot killed 30th July 1958.

Ref US Mil A/C Mishaps 1950-2004, published by Scramble.
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Old 12th March 2008, 11:45
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Re: F-100 Crasch near Sonthofen Summer 1958

Thank you Alex!!
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