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The New York Times, June 5, 1991, has an article on the non-discovery of Flight 19 wreckage. ("Bermuda Triangle mystery squadron still lost" by Charles Bremner.) The lost Flight 19 planes actually consists of two groups of planes, one a Navy bombing practice group and the other the squad that went to look for them. According to the NYT, the planes that were found were "a cluster of aircraft no one had ever reported missing." These planes found were of an earlier model than the planes in Flight 19. The NYT quoted the person who directed the salvage operations: "We are in the unenviable position of telling you that we are now certain this is not Flight 19." But then he added: "But for those who really want to weave mysteries, instead of giving you one group of five planes down in the Bermuda Triangle, we've given you two."

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