Michigan Aviation Archaeology
Preserving Michigan's Aviation Heritage
News & Updates

Bibliography & Links

General Information & Pictures:

Almont B-24:

Wendy Benya

The Henry Ford Museum

James Wadsworth

The Yankee Air Museum

Dave Trojan

The Ypsilanti Press

Ryan Journey

The Ann Arbor News

Stockbridge (MI) High School - Advanced Underwater Robotics Team - ROV Trip to Palau

The Lapeer County Press

Colorado Aviation Archaeology - Matt Hensarling

LiveLeak - video

Ace Pilots  

Ypsilanti District Library

Historic Aircraft

Ann Arbor District Library

Military Factory

Lapeer District Library

Warbird Information Exchange


Warbirds Resource Group

Glennie B-26:

Maine Wreckchasers

Ken Clouse

Pacific Wrecks

Roger Clouse

Arizona Wrecks – Chris Baird


The X-Hunters - Tony Moore

B-26 Marauder Historical Society

Army Air Forces

Oscoda Press

Wreckchasing – Nick Veronico

Wurtsmith Air Force Base.net

Trade-a-plane - Courtesy of The students @ Jefferson District Library (Northern California)

Huron Shores Genealogical Society

Crash Reports:

Maryland Aviation Museum

Aviation Archaeology Investigation & Research – Craig Fuller



Flat Rock B-26:



Aircraft Serial Numbers & Specifications:

B-26 Marauder Historical Society

Joe Baugher

Monroe News


Mount Clemens Public Library

Porcupine Mountains B-17:


See that website for information

Atlanta YP-38:


Alpena County Library


Montmorency County Library

Ypsilanti R5D-3:

Alpena News


Montmorency County Tribune

Aviation Enthusiast's Corner

456th Fighter Interceptor Squadron

The Ypsilanti Press

P-38 National Association & Museum

The Ann Arbor News

1st Fighter Group

Ypsilanti Public Library

Chuck Hawks

Ann Arbor Public Library




Fu-Go Balloon Bombs:


Farmington Public Library


Farmington & Farmington Hills
Debra Ann Pawlak


How Geologists Unraveled the Mystery of Japanese
Vengeance Balloon Bombs in World War II
David Rogers, et. al.


Floating Vengeance: Japanese Balloon Attacks on Michigan
Michael E. Unsworth, March/April 1987


Japan's World War II Balloon Bomb Attacks on North

Robert Mikesh, August 17, 1990


Michigan State Police Report


Japanese Ballon Bombs  
456th Fighter Interceptor Squadron  
Japanese Balloon and Attached Devices
Technical Air Intelligence Center, May 1945 -
Courtesy of AllWorldWars.com
Balloon Bombs over Michigan During World War II
Dan Heaton, June 11, 2009 - Courtesy of Associated Content

One Balloon Bomber (Slightly Used)
Don Piccard - Air & Space Magazine, May 2001

National Balloon Museum & US Ballooning Hall of Fame -Indianola, Iowa