Mass grave of aircrafts at the bottom of the Pacific

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Brandi Mueller combines his two passions - scuba diving and photography. Diving off the coast of the island of Roi Namur (Marshall Islands) in the Pacific has made a remarkable discovery. Near the shore, at a depth of 40 meters he encountered more than 150 aircraft wrecks from the Second World War.
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Tags: aircraft wreck Second World War Marshall Islands coast underwater Brandi Mueller Pacyfic photography
Posted by creoflick 6 years ago from: http://www.divephotoguide.com/user/brandi8888/

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