The first crater, it's about ten feet across and three feet deep. When I first saw this, wasn't sure if it was an impact crater or some mining dig, taking a quick look around there wasn't any sign of wreckage in the area.
The first piece I found was about ten feet outside of the crater.
Starting finding a lot more small pieces as I moved away from the crater. This piece was painted white before green. Found a lot of pieces like this.
Found these about a hundred feet from the crater.
Thought the tube was from a landing gear, but not sure what it's from. Had these four alignment pins on it. No numbers or stamps on it.
This was a strange looking part. Had a faint part number and stamp inked on it, but unable to read it. Took four photos of it and even playing around with Photoshop, couldn't enhance it, only could read a few numbers in the middle.
Another view of the part.
The second crater, this is about a hundred yards to the northeast of the other one. It's about the same size and again no sign of wreckage at the crater.
This piece was about ten feet outside of the crater.
As I moved away from the crater, started finding more pieces, this one was painted white.
Looks like part of the gas fill port.
The other side after cleaning off the dirt.
Aluminum fitting that had a tube welded to it.
Was happy to find this piece when I saw the big part number on it.
Close up of the part number, wasn't able to match it to any airplane with the reference martial I have. Hope that someone can.
Other side of the same piece.
Part number on one of the two mounts attached to it. It's hard to read, it's RA060G7504-11F.
This piece is about two feet long. Looks like the kind of part that would have numbers or stamps, no luck.
This piece is about two feet long.
Again no stamps or numbers.
Other side of the same piece showing the fasteners.
Looks like it could be a piece from an engine. It's about half inch thick. Lot of the pieces showed signs of a high speed impact.
Last piece. I found over a hundred pieces, most small mangled fragments. Someone did a good job cleaning up the wreckage close to the craters, it was hard finding much within fifty feet of them other than a few tiny pieces. If anybody has a clue what this wreckage is from I would be interested in knowing about.