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Wreckage of a World War II vintage US Air Force aircraft in Roing district of Arunachal Pradesh
Wreckage of a World War II vintage US Air Force aircraft in Roing district of Arunachal Pradesh|EastMojo image
ARUNACHAL PRADESH

Wreckage of WWII-era US aircraft discovered in Arunachal

Based on information received from local trekkers in Lower Dibang district through the police, a special Army patrol locates wreckage in a remote location near Roing

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Itanagar: Troops from the Spear Corps of the Indian Army discovered the wreckage of a World War II vintage US Air Force aircraft in Roing district of Arunachal Pradesh. Based on the information received from local trekkers in Lower Dibang district through the police, a special patrol unit of the Army was sent to locate the wreckage in a remote location, 30 km from Roing.

The 12-member Army patrol team along with a police representative successfully carried out the arduous task on March 30. The team located the aircraft debris covered by thick undergrowth and deeply buried under five feet of snow. Few items of 1941 vintage have been collected by the team without disturbing the wreckage.

The team located the aircraft debris covered by thick undergrowth and buried under five feet of snow
The team located the aircraft debris covered by thick undergrowth and buried under five feet of snow
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The patrol moved cross-country for 30 km in thick jungles and snow covered areas for eight days to trace out the wreckage. The region had seldom been ventured by anyone in the past and is even obscured from air due to thick foliage.

The discovery of the vintage aircraft and other warlike stores will definitely lead to revelation of some historical inputs . The Army patrol was in location searching for more details at the time of filing this report.

The Army patrol moved cross-country for 30 km through thick jungles and snow-covered areas for eight days to trace out the wreckage
The Army patrol moved cross-country for 30 km through thick jungles and snow-covered areas for eight days to trace out the wreckage
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