Is it possible that Lt. Charles C.Taylor could have been suffering some kind of medical malady while leading the Flight-19 training mission on December 5th, 1945? It is a plausible theory. One that needs to be considered. Weather or not he was suffering from the after effects of a late night on the town, or… Continue reading C.C. Taylor and Possible PTSD?
Those of you who are familiar with the Flight-19 saga know of the reported radar contact made by the USS Solomons CVE-67 December 5th 1945, and of the direction finding plots made by the use of high frequency radio waves. But what you may not be aware of is that there was also allegedly some… Continue reading The Role of Glynco, NAS Brunswick Georgia
One of the questions I've had since the start of my investigation, and one subject I haven't seen addressed very thoroughly is: How many planes were in the air that day. How many were in the air after or concurrently with the 14:10 take off of Flight- 19? How many other training or navigation problems flew out of Ft.… Continue reading N.A.S Ft. Lauderdale Training Schedule for, Weds Dec 5th 1945.