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Kenneth Aaron

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Adirondack Explorer

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Adirondack Explorer

36 Church St.

Saranac Lake, New York,12983

United States

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Dean of plane wrecks | 2 Comments | Scott Van Laer grapples with a piece of a Navy plane that crashed in 1945. Photo by Kenneth Aaron | More | Dean of plane wrecks ( 2 )Forest Ranger Scott Van Laer tracks down the remains—and the stories— of aircraft that crashed in the... | Dean of plane wrecks ( 610 )Forest Ranger Scott Van Laer tracks down the remains—and the stories— of aircraft that crashed in the...
By Kenneth Aaron Scott Van Laer grapples with a piece of a Navy plane that crashed in 1945. Photo by Kenneth Aaron Photo by Kenneth Aaron Wreckage from the 1945 crash can still be found in the woods near Forestport. Photo by Kenneth Aaron Wreckage from the 1945 crash can still be found in the woods near Forestport. Photo by Kenneth Aaron He was on leave from his base in North Carolina, coming home to Oneida to surprise his parents on their thirty-second wedding anniversary, when he radioed that he was having engine trouble over the Catskills. He kept flying. Clouds thickened. His Corsair F4U made it to the southern edge of the Adirondacks, where he crashed in woods so remote that the wreck went undiscovered until a group of hunters stumbled across it thirteen months later.


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John Caffry and his associate, Claudia Braymer, prepare for oral arguments at the Appellate Division. Photo by Kenneth Aaron. Photo by Kenneth Aaron.


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