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Human remains found at WWII underwater wreck

Human remains have been found near the underwater wreckage of the Tulsamerican, a B-24 Liberator bomber which crashed into the Adriatic Sea on December 17, 1944. “The remains of human bones have been found, but we can’t say anything without further analysis,” Zadar University archaeologist Mate Parica said. The wreckage itself was

Drought reveals WWII plane wreckage and human remains

Receding water levels have revealed a WWII-era Soviet plane that crashed into a lake in central Poland. The remains of the crew were found inside and have already been recovered. “For now we have managed to find the instrument panel, the engine, a wheel and a well-preserved radio station,” commented Zdzislaw

Tuskegee Airman’s plane wreckage found in Lake Huron

The wreckage of a P-39 fighter plan flown by one of the Tuskegee Airmen has been found at the bottom of Lake Huron. "I literally underwater got tears in my eyes," said Jay Haigler, a member from Washington, D.C., describing his reaction to seeing the remnants of the plane resting on

Aluminum debris linked to Amelia Earhart

A piece of aluminum debris found on a southwestern Pacific atoll has been identified has belonging to Amelia Earhart's plane. According to researchers at The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR), which has long been investigating the last, fateful flight taken by Earhart 77 years ago, the aluminum sheet is

Wreckage of Amelia Earhart’s plane found in Pacific?

A sonar image of an object found at the bottom of the ocean off the coat of an uninhabited island in the southwestern Pacific may be the wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane. According to TIGHAR researchers, the sonar image shows a strong return from a narrow object roughly 22 feet long

Photo helps researchers close in on Amelia Earhart’s plane

This summer researcher Ric Gillespie is set to travel to the Phoenix Islands in Kiribati in search of of the wreckage of Amelia Earhart's plane. They believe there's compelling evidence Earhart may have landed in shallow waters near Nikumarro island, and an analysis of a photo taken in 1937 -- showing

Remains of WWII bomber and pilot found in Germany

The remains of a British pilot and his downed World War II bomber have been found in a small German village. For Ashford resident John Tutt it marks the end of decades of searching for his brother, Sgt Bernard Frederick Tutt, who died aged just 29. They grew up in

WWII navy aircraft wreckage found in Oregon forest

The wreckage of a WWII-era Navy aircraft was discovered by loggers in an Oregon forest. nvestigators were initially concerned that there might be unexploded bombs or bullets on the site, but a search by Oregon State Police bomb technicians turned up no obvious signs of any unexploded ordnance, Hughes said.

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