WW2 planes found
Three planes that were shot down in Papua New Guinea during World War 2 have been found near Madang by an American recovery team that visited recently.
One of the planes is American and the other two are Japanese.
But the team also has solid leads for more aircraft in Astrolabe Bay, off the Madang Golf Course, and along the Rai Coast, and will return in September to search further.
The ‘Project Recover’ team comprised eight scientists from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of Delaware, and the BentProp Project. They were accompanied by representatives of the PNG National Museum and the US Embassy.