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Discovery of World War II fighter plane sets path for first U.S.-Papua New Guinea Sister City
A team from Pacific Wrecks discovered one of the most famous World War II aircraft in Papua New Guinea. Two weeks later, Papua New Guinea officials signed a Letter of Intent with Poplar, Wisconsin to become Sister Cities.
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May 31, 2024 Signing of memorandum of intent between Poplar, Wisconsin and Madang, Papua New Guinea followed by remarks by Justin Taylan about of P-38J Marge and participant Q&A

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