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Narrative: Flew into the ground in swampland south of Stone Lake, Sawyer County, Wisconsin, northeast of Hauer, and west of Signor, WI.
The 19 Nov 66 crash identified as having been a KI Sawyer AFB B-52 in refuelling actually was a B-52G from Barksdale AFB, Louisiana . They were on a low level terrain avoidance night mission (before SAC stopped the night TA flights). They had just entered low level and were calibrating their terrain avoidance radar, when they got too low, clipped the tops of the forest and crashed.
Forester finds pieces of crashed B-52 bomber by Terrell Boettcher News Editor Published: Friday, June 18, 2010 9:31 AM CDT Nearly 44 years after a prominent incident in Sawyer County history, more evidence has been found related to the crash of a U.S. Air Force B-52 bomber south of Stone Lake on Nov. 18, 1966.