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P-47 "D" 44-20678

Discussion in '57th FG' started by Cépé, Dec 22, 2016.

  1. Lucky Partners

    Lucky Partners Well-Known Member

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  2. Cépé

    Cépé New Member

    Formidable Hal, thank you as for Scott of this fabulous link. We continue our searches for souls, also, I have to dive on many P-47 lost mainly in and around (at sea) Corsica who was a special "carriers" during WWII.

    Have a nice day,

    Philippe
     
  3. Lucky Partners

    Lucky Partners Well-Known Member

    Philippe,

    I am curious, how deep do you have to dive to reach this wreckage? And what is the water temperature?

    Regards,
    Hal
     
  4. Cépé

    Cépé New Member

    Ok Hal

    Go to :

    www.aero-relic.org

    and you will have a "small idea" abour our work. The Mediterranean sea have no tide. That's really fine, and by that the temperature is not so cold. In winter, the minimum is 10 degres, more tha 20 (in surface) winter. I dive with air (no mixt), from few meters to my more deep to for my more deep, 70 meters. But now (with the age... I'm Gran Pa) I stop at 55 meters maximum.
    Have a fun, and keep up the good work Hal.
     

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