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This Is How They Remove Crashed Airplanes Off An Aircraft Carrier Deck

A cool photo of a crash crane lifting a damaged Harrier jet off the deck of the US Navy’s amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge. The crash and salvage team regularly practice this kind of operations in case of an aeroplane crash. That crane is surprisingly huge — just look at the guy in the cabin and the aeroplane itself. More »      
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