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The wreckage of a small twin-engine cargo plane lies where the aircraft crashed into a home on Chicago's southwest side. The Aero Commander 500 had taken off from Midway International Airport and it slammed into the front of the home and plunged into the basement.

The wreckage of a small twin-engine cargo plane lies where the aircraft crashed into a home on Chicago's southwest side. The Aero Commander 500 had taken off from Midway International Airport and it slammed into the front of the home and plunged into the basement.

United Airlines Flight 736 DC-7 collected debris - United Airlines Flight 736…

United Airlines Flight 736 DC-7 collected debris - United Airlines Flight 736…

KENTUCKY 6 November 1967 - TWA Flight 159 rolled off the runway after the captain aborted a takeoff at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The aircraft crashed and caught fire. One passenger died later of injuries sustained during the crash.

KENTUCKY 6 November 1967 - TWA Flight 159 rolled off the runway after the captain aborted a takeoff at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The aircraft crashed and caught fire. One passenger died later of injuries sustained during the crash.

F6F-5P of VF-23 crashed on landing on the flight deck of USS Princeton (CLV-23), breaking into two pieces. (U.S. Navy photo)

F6F-5P of VF-23 crashed on landing on the flight deck of USS Princeton (CLV-23), breaking into two pieces. (U.S. Navy photo)

This B-29 made it back from a mission over Japan with only two good engines on the left side. Cannon fire disabled two engines on the right side, causing one of the propellers to spin off and slash a hole in the fuselage. The crew was still able to fly the crippled plane fifteen hundred miles back to Saipan at about five hundred feet above the ocean. Seventeen hours after they had taken off, they slammed down on the runway at Isley Field. The crew survuved

This B-29 made it back from a mission over Japan with only two good engines on the left side. Cannon fire disabled two engines on the right side, causing one of the propellers to spin off and slash a hole in the fuselage. The crew was still able to fly the crippled plane fifteen hundred miles back to Saipan at about five hundred feet above the ocean. Seventeen hours after they had taken off, they slammed down on the runway at Isley Field. The crew survuved

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