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Extraordinary images never before published in book form of the forgotten American WWII Airplanes at the bottom of the Kwajalein Atoll lagoon from award winning underwater photographer Brandi MuellerAt the end of WWII around American airplanes all veterans of the Pacific war were dumped in the lagoon of Kwajalein Atoll Marshall Islands A master diver and superb underwater photographer Brandi Mueller has dived to depths of feet to capture rare images of these forgotten war birds many looking as if they could still take off and return to the war torn skies at any moment Encrusted in coral these haunting.

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The Airplane Graveyard: The Forgotten WWII Warbirds of Kwajalein Atoll

Aircraft are now home to a colorful array of tropical Pacific marine life including fish turtles and even the occasional shark Discover the stories of these historic aircraft their heroic role in the Pacific Theater of WWII and how and why they ended up here In The Airplane Graveyard Brandi takes you below the oceans surface to discover the forgotten remains of Douglas SBD Dauntless Vought FU Corsair Curtiss SBC Helldiver Curtiss C Commando Grumman FF Wildcats Grumman TBF Avengers and an astounding eleven PBJ Mitchell Medium Bombers The haunting images are accompanied by a text that includes a historic.

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Al account of the aircraft by military historian Alan AxelrodBrandi Mueller is an award winning underwater photographer and freelance writer She has been scuba diving for years and instructing for diving all around the world both teaching and taking photos Brandi is also a USCG Merchant Mariner captain and she worked as a captain in Kwajalein Atoll for over three years while photographing the Airplane Graveyard Her diving and travels have taken her to six continents and she has dived in the Pacific Atlantic Indian and Southern Ocean Her photos and writing have appeared in many print articles and online.