This looks like an engine component, it's about two feet long.
Pieces of the airframe with different size tubing passing through them.
Piece of a fuselage bulkhead.
Another electrical piece of equipment.
This looks like the blade antenna that would be mounted behind the canopy.
This is the only piece I found from the canopy.
No idea what this is, but it looks like it might be a part of the flight control system.
Piece with a cover.
The other side of the same piece.
The tip section from one of the ailerons.
Same piece turned over. The skin on this side is melt off exposing the internal structure.
Looks like a part from the fuel system.
Blade from the engine. Other than the tailpipe this is one of the few parts from the engine I found at the site.
Following the debris trail away from the main wreckage area, started finding more large pieces.
The other side of the same piece, looks like it's from the fuselage.
This piece is about three feet across and has a patch on it.
The other side shows a smaller patch on the same area on the inside.
Close up of the repair done on a stringer. I wonder if this was some of the battle damage this Skyhawk received while on duty in Vietnam.
This is an access panel for one of the two Colt Mk12 20mm cannons that were carried by the Skyhawks. The panels are located on the bottom side of the fuselage.
Close up of panel. I think the opening is where the spent casing exit the aircraft.
The other side of the panel.
This piece is about five feet long and is from an external fuel tank.
Not sure what this might be. It has coaxial wire and connectors, thinking it's some type of antenna. The other side is solid sheet metal with no openings.
Still following the pieces away from the main area, found this piece with a fairing attached.
This piece is about thirty inches in diameter. Didn't look like much until I turned it over.
The other side had a wiring harness and connectors. Looks like the nose bulkhead that the nosecone would be mounted to.
This piece from a wing is about four feet across.
Turning it over, I could see that it was from the leading edge and had the remains of the leading edge slat attached to it.
Another view shows the slat track.
Piece from the nosecone.
The other side of the same piece shows the fiberglass honeycomb construction.
This piece from the fuselage has the mount for the tailhook.
Closer view shows what remains of the tailhook which is the white broken rod on the left.
This must be a piece of the fuselage from the engine intake. The red DANGER can seen on it.
Looks like insulation from the engine tailpipe. It's about four feet long.
This part has three turbulators (vortex generators) on it. It's from the top of the right wing tip.
The other side of the same part shows an electrical component on it.
A piece from an external fuel tank. This was the last piece of wreckage I found while following the pieces in this direction. This spot is about eight hundred feet east from the main wreckage. Going to head back and see what's in the other direction.
After returning to the main wreckage, I headed west and came upon one of the wing flaps.
Another piece from an external fuel tank. This piece is about three hundred feet west of the main wreckage and is the last in this direction.
Last view of the main wreckage area before heading out. Was happy to be able to locate this site and by the amount of wreckage remaining.