July 28, 2015


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Amundsen's crashed Arctic chopper recovered

The sunken helicopter wreckage captured underwater by ArcticNet's Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV)
ArcticNet's Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV), which helped locate the sunken Canadian Coast Guard helicopter
The Canadian Coast Guard Ship Amundsen providing search and recovery assistance in the M'Clure Strait, Northwest Territories.
Recovery operation of the sunken Canadian Coast Guard helicopter in the M'Clure Strait, Northwest Territories
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo-105
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo 105
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo 105
The sunken helicopter wreckage captured underwater by ArcticNet's Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV) - Transportation Safety Board of Canada
ArcticNet's Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV), which helped locate the sunken Canadian Coast Guard helicopter - Transportation Safety Board of Canada
The Canadian Coast Guard Ship Amundsen providing search and recovery assistance in the M'Clure Strait, Northwest Territories. - Keith Levesque / Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Recovery operation of the sunken Canadian Coast Guard helicopter in the M'Clure Strait, Northwest Territories - Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo-105 - Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo 105 - Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Wreckage of the Canadian Coast Guard helicopter Messerschmitt Bolkow-Blohm Bo 105 - Transportation Safety Board of Canada

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