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January 19, 2013

Myanmar Spitfire Hunter Still Optimistic Despite Negative Reports

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Myanmar Spitfire hunter still optimistic (via AFP)

An archaeologist involved in a search for dozens of rare Spitfire planes said to have been buried in Myanmar played down doubts Friday about the existence of the rumoured trove. The BBC reported that the British-led team believes that no planes are buried at the locations where they have been hunting…




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