29 Apr '18, 10pm

WWII vet could get recognition after bomber wreckage found

WWII vet could get recognition after bomber wreckage found

John Fine, an experienced diver, lawyer and former diplomat, had become familiar with the sunken wreckage of the bomber in 1992 as he tracked coral growth off Corsica. A New York native who also spends time in Florida, he was shooting a motion picture when, having exhausted his supply of film, he began exploring the fuselage, which was submerged about 120 feet below the water’s surface.

Full article: https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/your-air-force/2018/04...

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