Divers work to lift WWII plane from Calif. lake

Brothers Westen, left, and Michael Metzger walk behind recovered parts of a sunken WWII plane during a salvaging attempt Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego. Divers, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Brothers Westen, left, and Michael Metzger walk behind recovered parts of a sunken WWII plane during a salvaging attempt Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego . Divers, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Brothers Westen, left, and Michael Metzger walk behind recovered parts of a sunken WWII plane during a salvaging attempt Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego. Divers, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Michael Metzger, center, walks along the banks of a San Diego reservoir as his brother Weston, left, and father Greg, right, hold models of WWII-era planes as they wait to see the removal of a sunken WWII plane Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego. Salvage divers, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Brothers Westen, left, and Michael Metzger walk behind recovered parts of a sunken WWII plane during a salvaging attempt Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego. Divers, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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Salvage divers work on a platform above a sunken WWII airplane at a San Diego reservoir Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 in San Diego. The group, working with the National Naval Aviation Museum, hope to remove the World War II dive bomber Thursday, that crashed after its engine failed during a training exercise on May 28, 1945. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

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