Lost Nazi Plane Lost Nazi Nectar KG and Ringy are searching for the greatest military nectar of their careers: a lost Nazi fighter plane that crash-landed in an Indian cornfield decades ago. The boys are visiting the site of a once-secret Air Force base to locate the debris field of the crash and crack a decades-old mystery surrounding the missing plane's location. Let The Hunt Begin The hunt begins at Freeman Airfield, a place that was once the Midwest's own Area 51. Instead of UFOs, this site was hiding Japanese and German planes captured overseas and transported there for testing. Scientists and pilots put these captured planes through the ringer to learn their secrets and better understand how they performed. It was dangerous and sometimes deadly work. Dig Of A Life Time In the Fall of 1945, an American pilot was doing a demonstration flight in a Focke-Wulf model airplane when he suffered a vicious crash. The plane broke apart, scattering parts over a massive debris field just shy of the runway. Investigators cleaned up the area and the remains of the Focke-Wulf were buried somewhere on the 100-acre farm near the crash site. Finding an engine, wing, or weapon from the plane would be the score of a lifetime. Picking Up The Pieces With the crash report in hand, the got to work searching for the scattered remains. Not long after, they start finding a plethora of miscellaneous parts. The Holy Mackerel As they mark each find, they slowly began to determine the trail of debris, leading them to a much more substantial find -- a mounted machine gun. Out Of Commission KG clowning around with Nazi 50 cal. mounted machine gun artifact prior to filming the assessment. Eager Ears Museum consultant/ veteran pilot David Gray analyzes an artifact from the assessment table. KG, Ringy, and archaeologist Mike Durkin wait with anticipation. A Table of Treasures This was a Diggers indoor assessment of epic proportions!