F-101B   57-401   BALD MOUNTAIN, DEDHAM  PAGE 2
The rear fuselage and right wing were moved a few hundred feet to a woods road in 1961, where they still sit today. Markings are still visible on a lot of wreckage at this site, including the USAF star on the wing and part of the Air Defense Command emblem visible on the tail.
The 75th FIS "Flying Fish" emblem still visible on the tail. Three photos of small pieces shed as the Voodoo struck trees before impact.
This crash site is spread out over a path just under a half mile long. It is roughly broken up into three segments. Below the mountain peak on the east side, are scattered pieces of the radome, leading wing edges and intakes where the aircraft first started contacting trees. Near and over the top of the peak is a large wreckage field scattered over lichen covered granite. Down over the west side of the mountain is the path taken by the two engines after they separated at impact and "skipped" down the mountain to a farm field on the opposite side from the impact.
Three photos of wreckage near the peak, above the impact point. An actuator, access panel, and piece of a stringer.
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