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|Product Name:||Aircraft Wreckage|
Originally utilized as a cargo aircraft, the US Navy was routinely flying over this territory. The aircraft crashed here on Wednesday, November 13, 1945, at around 18:00, as reported by the US Navy who was never able to find its coordinates. Onboard were five crew members. No one is quite sure why the plane crashed, though there are several theories flying about. Some blame it on ice damaging the plane's structure; others say that the thrusters were not working correctly. Some say that it was a mishap of the pilot who believed the thrusters were not working when they were.
Regardless, it hardly matters as no one was injured in the crash. The forced landing was made on icy ground.
In the years since its rocky landing, the DC plane wreck has borne the brunt of tempestuous weather: heavy rainfall, freezing, and powerful gales. Today, the aircraft's wreckage is a makeshift camp where the occupants had to survive doing what they could to fight the elements.
There were three passengers left either to seek help or find an exit.
Then there were only two people left in the camp. One day, a plane appeared on the horizon.
All the elements are mobile, allowing you to place your camera wherever you want.
Aircraft Wreckage comes with 50 Props and movable sets, as well as 10 camera presets.
The structure of the camp and the wreckage are partly sunk into the ground (in the zero position). Depending on the terrain you are using, you can slightly move the assembly up or down.
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