As there seems to be a fair amoiunt of interest in military aircraft on this forum, I found a link on the CMP forum to this story - using ground penetrating radar and other technology, a British gentleman found what may be as many as 20 crated Spitfire Mk. XIVs buried in Burma. Although the article (link below) says they may be in pristine condition, I can't agree, after 65+ years in the tropical ground. According to the story, there was some attempt at preservation before they were buried. Still, it would be interesting to see what is (literally) unearthed.
Hope they have more luck and it takes less time than the early B-17 discovered in a swamp in New Guinea over 30 years ago. It took over 10 years to finally get the aircraft back to the U.S. (and I'm sure a lot of bribes).
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