A Singaporean search and rescue submarine has found the fuselage of the Indonesia AirAsia Airbus A320-200 that crashed into the Java Sea Dec. 28. MV Swift Rescue, a Singaporean navy vessel, detected the wreckage using sonar and then sent a remotely operated vehicle to take pictures, according to Singapore defense minister Ng Eng Hen. “The wreckage with wings was about 26 m long,” Ng said in a statement posted on Facebook. “Images taken by the remotely operated vehicle show ...

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