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To locate the debris field all you have to do is go where the Pentagon would have sent the Navy. Get the book that provides the best theory and documents the behind the scenes story as we document the continued peeling of the onion on TIGHAR's Castaways Theory.
"Mr. McMoneagle has a proven track record and I am more inclined to favour his report. I hope he eventually receives feedback on the target."
If this is from Earhart's Airplane the ripped metal does not suggest a safe landing or any other subsequent human behavior. What needs to be determined is how many foot pounds/sq. inch are required to rip this metal.
If this is an Electra 10E fuselage part, it may become the high impact crash theory's smoking gun. All the other smashed artifacts would then become supporting evidence.
It is time to give credit where it is due. The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) has made some finds at the Nikumaroro Atoll. As we looked at the controversies involved, it seemed the best way to approach the mystery was to separate the aviation parts from the smashed personal items that can be so easily discredited as colonist refuse. The following are the components in play. They all point to a high impact crash. None of them suggest a safe landing resulting in castaways. They are:
Number 1: The fuselage skin found in 1991: