Dive Beneath The Surface To The Underwater Fighter Plane Graveyard
Off the coast of the Marshall Islands lies a ghostly graveyard of U.S. WWII planes 130 feet beneath the surface of the Pacific Ocean. These planes weren't shot down—they were abandoned there due to the high cost of shipping them home when the U.S. left the area at the end of the war. Thanks to boat captain and dive photographer Brandi Mueller and the folks at Mashable, you can experience the eerie tranquility of planes left at sea for yourself.
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