An RAF Handley Page Halifax heavy bomber from WWII has been discovered in nearly 600 feet of water in a Norwegian Fjord by a research team from the Marine Technology Center at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.
According to a report in Warbird News, the airplane was discovered using a remote-controlled submarine. The scientists said that while the aircraft has been badly corroded by the salt water, there is the potential for a future recovery project.
The Halifax was a four-engine heavy bomber flown by the RAF during the war. The find at the bottom of the fjord is said to be one of only a very few examples of the aircraft that are complete enough for a possible recovery. Two of the other three known examples also were brought to the surface of the ocean following their discovery... (see more at: http://www.aero-news.net/)