by Nancy Kurtz, National Register Coordinator
In the early morning of January 13, 1964, a B-52D bomber, call sign “Buzz One Four,” with a crew of five and carrying two thermonuclear bombs, crashed in a blizzard on Savage Mountain in Garrett County. Two of the crew of five survived. The bombs were found intact in the wreckage.
Fairchild C-123K Provider “Thunder Pig” flies overhead during presentation of Governor’s citation by Edward Chow Jr., Maryland Secretary of Veterans Affairs. Photo by Al Feldstein.
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The Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay is one of those amazing Maryland historical legacies worth saving, and you can help by supporting the nomination of Mallows Bay to become a National Marine Sanctuary. Our friends at the Department of Natural Resources have all the details available here.