CTV News provides coverage of the finding a test model of the iconic Avro Arrow fighter jet at the bottom of Lake Ontario. Raise the Arrow project leaders said new sonar imagery confirmed the first discovery of an Avro Arrow free-flight model since they were abandoned in the lake nearly six decades ago. “The models were part of the design test program for the Avro Arrow at Point Petre in the mid-1950’s, and were an important step in the final design work for the Arrow,” Raise the Arrow expedition leader John Burzynski said in a media release. OEX Recovery Group, which is spearheading the Raise the Arrow project, said it started searching near Point Petre, Ont., in July.
Avro Arrow Test Model Found in Lake Ontario
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