TAKEN at the bottom of the world’s oceans these incredible images show how saltwater and father time have taken their toll on some of the world’s most fearsome military machines.
Thousands of planes, ships, tanks and even motorbikes are scattered on the sands of the world’s deepest waters – a result of centuries of global warfare.
The main reason why these watery graves are still intact is because they are protected from dodgy divers under the global Sunken Military Craft Act.
And they definitely need safeguarding from the crooks as even rusty steel currently fetches more than £100 a tonne on the international black market.
A recovered destroyer could easily land a crew of underwater looters a hefty profit of £100,000 – and also some serious jail time.
One site alone – called ‘Million Dollar Point’ in the Pacific Ocean – is a treasure trove of US military equipment which was dumped following the war.
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