"Junkers" bomber wreck was found in Baltic. Hydrographic Crew ORP "Arctowski" found on the bottom of the Baltic wreck of the German Junkers bomber. More importantly, the wreck is in very good condition.
The purpose of the hydrographic data collection is necessary for the delineation of new shipping routes. During testing of the seabed in the direction of any obstacles encountered at sea a large object, which lay at a depth of 20-30 meters.
"Arctowski" came out last fall from the port to do the routine work in the definition of route navigation. Collected inter alia on possible obstacles at sea. Specialist on the east coast of the device registered a large object, which lay at a depth of 20-30 meters. - Suspected it might be a plane - says Lt. Cmdr. Grzadziel Arthur, commander of the ship.
At the end of last year, in December, the aircraft was thoroughly examined sonar and echo sounder. Underwater vehicles with cameras descended to the wreck in January. Lieutenant Commander Grzadziel ensures that the unit located at the bottom of the Baltic Sea is a wreck of a German bomber during World War II - Junkers. It is not known how the plane was in the water.
Probably was shot down, he could also fall or sit on the water because of the accident. One thing is certain: it is an extremely rare find. - Aircraft during the fall usually smash and wreck here is in good condition - Commander Grzadziel highlights.
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