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AIR-13: Two Wings

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HURL Artifact No. AIR-13 *Denotes approximations and speculations
Name: Unknown Lost: Unknown
Artifact Type: Aircraft Wings (2) Found: 28-Sep-04
Nationality: USA Dive No: PV-124
Class or Make: Unknown Location: Defensive Sea Area
Model: Unknown Depth (m): 390m
Purpose: Aircraft components HURL crew: Kerby, Cremer, Smith
Serial Number: Unknown Additional Dives:
Built/Launched: Unknown
Length: *20'
Width: *6' 6"
Height: *12"
Circumstance of Loss: Unknown Crew Personnel/Position: n/a
Reason of Loss: Unknown Crew Survivals/Fatalities: n/a
Artifact History: Unknown
Artifact Condition: Wings appear to have been disassembled and dumped as there is no evidence of having crashed. Both wings are port side wings. There is also a third wing in the vicinity (AIR-2), but it is in a greater state of decay. These are both in good condition. They also seemed to be of a similar or identical make.
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