Most divers in the Navy are able to id different types of fragments + that they [the divers] had tv cameras on the helmets for the top side brass to see what was going on. When in doubt bury it in deep waters...
How? What determines which is which? Color? Shape?Missiles go boom, and when they go boom they tend to fragment into a lot of little tiny pieces. The same kind of pieces you get when an airplane crashes. So you tell me how you determine the fragments of a Stinger from the fragments of a 747?
posted on 09/22/2007 7:59:16 AM PDT
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Not really, the parts would be of different size, shape & color from the aircraft. Plus not all of the rocket parts would be severly fragmented. There would be some parts left in pretty good shape to id them “if found”.
posted on 09/22/2007 9:13:04 AM PDT
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