The Navy introduced late Friday that a staff of deep water salvage specialists final week situated a downed C-2A Greyhound 18,500 ft under the Philippine Sea.
The C-2A Greyhound was transporting eleven army personnel to the united statesRonald Reagan on November 22 when it crashed into the Philippine Sea. After an exhaustive restoration effort that coated 1,000 sq. nautical miles, eight of the eleven sailors have been rescued; three died.
Based on a press release launched by the Navy’s seventh Fleet, the workforce of salvage specialists situated the plane on December 29 utilizing sensors that pay attention for “pings” emitted by the downed plane.
At 18,500 ft, “the salvage part of this operation [will be] the deepest restoration try of an plane up to now,” the Navy stated, including; “Regardless of very difficult circumstances, each effort shall be made to get well the plane and our fallen sailors.”
The three deceased sailors have been recognized as Lt. Steven Combs, Airman Matthew Chialastri, and Airman Apprentice Bryan Grosso.
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