|Gander: The Untold Story|
List of Sources
- Canadian Aviation Safety Board. 1988. Aviation Occurrence Report: Douglas DC-8-63 N50JW, Gander International Airport, Newfoundland, 12 December 1985. In Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary. 1991. Fatal Plane Crash in Gander, Newfoundland, December 12, 1985. Washington D.C: U.S. Government Printing Office. 766-882.
This portion of the Subcommittee report provides the CASB's majority opinion that ice accumulation on the wings caused the crash. This document supports an opinion different from the minority opinion and provides an alternative theory.
- Filotas, Les. 1991. Improbable Cause. Toronto:McClelland-Bantam, Inc.
This book provides a detailed account of the CASB's investigation and the cover-up involved from the point of view of a member of the CASB.
- Fotos, Christopher, P. 1988. "Minority Faction Faults Arrow Air Crash Analysis". Aviation Week and Technology. December 19: 107.
This gives insight into the turmoil that this investigation caused within the Canadian government.
- McDonald, Marci. 1990. "Elusive Truths". McClean's. December 12: 50.
Another investigative report from a Canadian magazine.
- Richardson, Joseph L. MFO Internal Memo Regarding U.S. Batallion Rotation. U.S. Army. 17 December 1985. 1-2.
This is a memo written in regard to the movement of troops within the Sinai region.
- Rowan, Roy. 1992. "Gander: Different crash, same questions". Time 139 (April 27): 33-34.
This article details specific solider classification and raises the issue about the involvement of special task forces in relation to an "arms for hostages" deal.
- Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary. 1991. Fatal Plane Crash in Gander, Newfoundland, December 12, 1985. Washington D.C: U.S. Government Printing Office.
This is a report conducted over a two day period in Washington D.C. to specifically determine the U.S. government's extent of negligence in the investigation.
- Tower, John; Muskie, Edmund, and Scrowcroft, Brent. 1987. Tower Commission Report, The. New York: Bantam Books. 182-196.
This is the account of many of the dealings of Oliver North and his involvement with the Iranians.