After The Vietnam War, Farmers Repurposed Thousands Of Fuel Tanks Jettisoned By U.S. Fighter Jets To Create River Boats And Canoes

During the Vietnam War, U.S. fighter jets constantly screamed across the countryside. They were typically loaded with an arsenal of missiles and bombs, but they also had external fuel tanks to extend their range. When the tanks were dry, or the pilot suddenly needed more maneuverability, the heavy tanks were dropped. But just because they were discarded, doesn’t mean they weren’t still useful.  View More
September 22, 2016 Michael