‘Bouncing bombs’ located and recovered

One of the Highball bouncing bombs being recovered from Loch Striven

A specialised piece of underwater scanning equipment has been used to locate and identify WW2 ‘bouncing bombs’ in a Scottish loch, similar to the Barnes Wallis bouncing bombs used in the Dambusters raid.

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