Htoo Htoo Zaw, left, managing director of Shwe Taung Paw Company, talks to journalists during a press conference at Park Royal hotel Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, in Yangon, Myanmar. A search team led by Farmer and businessman David Cundall, center, will begin a dig they hope will unearth dozens of rare British Spitfire fighter planes said to have been buried in the Southeast Asian country at the end of World War II. An eye witness Stanely Coombe, is seen at right. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)

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Htoo Htoo Zaw, left, managing director of Shwe Taung Paw Company, talks to journalists during a press conference at Park Royal hotel Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, in Yangon, Myanmar. A search team led by Farmer and businessman David Cundall, center, will begin a dig they hope will unearth dozens of rare British Spitfire fighter planes said to have been buried in the Southeast Asian country at the end of World War II.  An eye witness Stanely Coombe, is seen at right.  (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)
Htoo Htoo Zaw, left, managing director of Shwe Taung Paw Company, talks to journalists during a press conference at Park Royal hotel Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, in Yangon, Myanmar. A search team led by Farmer and businessman David Cundall, center, will begin a dig they hope will unearth dozens of rare British Spitfire fighter planes said to have been buried in the Southeast Asian country at the end of World War II. An eye witness Stanely Coombe, is seen at right. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)
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