Australia discovered 103 years after missing submarine in World War I
Australia: Australia has solved the biggest knife in its naval history. Australia has discovered its missing submarine in the sea during the first world war 103 years later. This was the 13th mission of submarine inventions, in which Australia was successful.
Australia’s hand has a huge achievement. Australia has discovered its missing submarine in the sea during World War I 103 years later.
The HMAS AE submarine, patrolling the sea for the German warship, was suddenly disappeared between the New Britain Islands and New Ireland in north-eastern Papua New Guinea on September 14, 1914. At the time the submarine was aboard the 35 Australian Navy members. The submarine was then thoroughly researched but it did not know anything. Now the survey ship Fagro Equator has discovered it in 300 meters of deep water in the ‘Duke of York Iceland’ near Papua New Guinea coast.
Australia’s defense minister Maris Payne said on Thursday that the submarine was discovered, “This was the first damage to the Royal Australian Navy. It was the first Allied submarine, which was missing in the First World War. ‘ He told that Fagro Equator also participated in the international search campaign of Malaysian aircraft lost in the Indian Ocean in 2014.