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Aircraft Crash Sites at Sea - a Scoping Study project report

Aircraft Crash Sites at Sea - a Scoping Study project report

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Published by Wessex Archaeology
Wessex Archaeology have been funded by English Heritage through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund to undertake a scoping study to identify current gaps in data and understanding relating to aircraft crash sites at sea.

The study arises partly out of the discovery of aircraft parts and associated human remains as a result of marine aggregate dredging.
Wessex Archaeology have been funded by English Heritage through the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund to undertake a scoping study to identify current gaps in data and understanding relating to aircraft crash sites at sea.

The study arises partly out of the discovery of aircraft parts and associated human remains as a result of marine aggregate dredging.

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Published by: Wessex Archaeology on Mar 10, 2008
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5.2.4. The MoD administers responsibility for military aircraft crash sites on behalf of the
Crown. One of the responsibilities exercised is the control of access to Protected
Places through the licensing system. Administration of the licensing system is dealt
with by the JC&CC based in RAF Innsworth at Gloucester. The JC&CC also
undertake responsibility for tracing and notifying next of kin in the event that human
remains are discovered in Protected Places.

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