Source Pravda.Ru

A fisherman from Montenegro caught a spy plane

A fisherman went out to check his net, but the net turned out to be very heavy. It was not a big surprise for him at first, because he sometimes caught old grenades or mines, but this time the fisherman saw a plane wing. There were no marks on the plane, but it looked like an unmanned spy plane. Th fisherman pulled it up to the shore and called the police.

As it is supposed, the aircraft was downed with a missile during NATO’s military actions in Yugoslavia in 1999. The sea plane will most likely become an exhibit of the aviation museum in Belgrade. The museum already has some “gifts” from NATO, including the fragments of an American invisible plane, which was downed by the Yugoslav anti-missile defense.

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