This project is a survey of Tulsamerican, a B-24 which crashed in a dog-fight on December 17, 1944, and is specifically planned to obtain an accurate and vibrant 3D map of her wreckage. Secondary goals are to take corrosion potential readings from the Tulsamerican site and other B-24s in the area to interpret the decay of WWII aircraft sites in various depths. The images will be used to benefit the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium and also for the PhD dissertation of the project’s leader. The desired outcome will be to help integrate Tulsamerican’s memory into the community of Tulsa and provide the museum with opportunities to honor her history. Learn more on the project page here and get recent updates through the B-24 ‘Tulsamerican’ Survey, Croatia blog.