This is the crash site of the Pelican 16, an aircraft used by the South Africa’s Air Force. The engines of the plane malfunctioned, but the crew were able to successfully crash-land it in the sands of Sahara in 1994.

Name: Pelican 16

Lat, Long: 22.6305084,-13.2377986

Location: Sahara Desert, Africa

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