One of the most experienced warbird recovery specialists in the world..

Discussion in 'Military History and Militaria' started by Pathfinder Jack, Jan 23, 2012.

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  1. Afternoon all - this has to be on the list of the best jobs in the world.


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    Renowned as one of the most experienced warbird recovery specialists in the world, Jim Pearce and his team have recovered over 50 of the most historic aircraft in museums and private collections throughout the world today.

    Our main geographic area of expertise is Northern Russia; many aircraft were lost in exceptionally remote areas and hostile conditions meaning recovery then and now remains ‘almost’ impossible. However the great advantage of this area and its given weather is that it provides excellent conditions for long term preservation.

    One of the most experienced warbird recovery specialists in the world..

    Kind regards,

    Jack.
     
  2. I thought TIGHAR were the World experts? After all, they 'found' Amelia Earhart.
     
  3. Ahh Amelia, how was she?
     
  4. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Bootle. Got to be. Somebody's had the wheels and motor.
     
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  5. I wonder if they can find Glenn Millers Aircraft?
     
  6. It looks more like Ainsdale, near the Pontins Holiday camp.
     
  7. Nah, not in the mood.
     
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  8. Bollocks, it's Formby point in the summer
     
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  9. I thought some one had claimed to have done that a few years ago. I seem to remember that it was in an area of the Channel where returning Bombers would drop off bombs rather than try and land with the bombs still on board