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USS Indianapolis: After wreckage discovery, Marine survivor in big demand

Edgar Harrell is the only living Marine who was aboard the ship on its fateful mission.
USATODAY.com

Rant & Rave: USS Indianapolis found

Readers rave about finding the USS Indianapolis, rant about SAM special- exhibit tickets.
Seattle Times

Videos for "USS Indianapolis"

News video: Help Indianapolis honor James O'Donnell, a local World War II hero

Help Indianapolis honor James O'Donnell, a local World War II hero 00:29

Indianapolis City Market is raising money to help honor a local World War II hero. A statue of Jimmy O'Donnell stands at City Market, but the organization wants to erect a plaque to commemorate what he..
Source: RTV6 The Indy Channel -

News video: WWII Veteran Who Survived Sinking of USS Indianapolis Reacts to Its Discovery

WWII Veteran Who Survived Sinking of USS Indianapolis Reacts to Its Discovery 03:48

A World War II veteran in Illinois who survived the sinking of the USS Indianapolis is reacting to news the ship he last saw in 1945 had been found.
Source: WGN -

News video: USS Indianapolis discovery offers closure for veterans

USS Indianapolis discovery offers closure for veterans 03:54

This week, the wreckage from the worst disaster in the history of the U.S. Navy was found. The USS Indianapolis was sunk by Japanese torpedoes in the final days of World War II and of the nearly 1,200..
Source: CBS News -

News video: Survivor of USS Indianapolis sinking talks to students

Survivor of USS Indianapolis sinking talks to students 01:04

Close to 900 died from sharks and exposure
Source: KGUN, Tucson, AZ -

News video: Lost then Found: Local Survivor of U.S.S. Indianapolis Talks

Lost then Found: Local Survivor of U.S.S. Indianapolis Talks

Lost then Found: Local Survivor of U.S.S. Indianapolis Talks About Recent Discovery
Source: KCIT -

 

Photos, video: Allen finds 'Indy,' sunken World War II wreck

On Friday, wreckage from the USS Indianapolis -- whose sinking represents the greatest loss of life in U.S. Navy history -- was located by an expedition funded by Microsoft co-founder and Seattle..
SeattlePI.com

Finally, some closure for USS Indianapolis survivor

A team of researchers found the ship's wreckage in the Philippine Sea 72 years after it sunk.
USATODAY.com

Microsoft co-founder's remote vehicles find a legendary WWII ship

microsoft co-founder's remote vehicles find a legendary wwii ship
The USS Indianapolis played an important role in WWII history, including the delivery of parts for the atomic bombs that would eventually drop on Japan. However, it met a grim fate: not only did a..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

USS Indianapolis' wreckage found 72 years later, researchers say

The sinking of the Indianapolis remains the Navy's single worst loss at sea.
Newsday

Researchers Find Wreckage Of Infamous WWII-Era USS Indianapolis

The sinking of the Indianapolis remains the Navy's single worst loss at sea.
CBS 2 Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

Wreckage Of USS Indianapolis, Sunk By Japanese In WWII, Found In Pacific

The cruiser was returning from a secret mission to deliver atomic bomb components when she was sunk by a Japanese submarine. The ensuing loss of life is the large in the history of the U.S. Navy.
NPR Also reported by •NYTimes.com

Lost WWII ship found

Billionaire Paul Allen says his team located the wreckage of the USS Indianapolis in Philippine Sea. The ship has been missing since July 30, 1945.
USATODAY.com

Researchers find wreckage of lost World War II warship USS Indianapolis at bottom of the Pacific

Naval researchers announced Saturday that they have found the wreckage of the lost World War II cruiser USS Indianapolis on the floor of the Pacific Ocean, 72 years after the vessel sank in minutes..
Denver Post

Paul Allen’s team finds sunken World War II sub in Philippine Sea

A Paul Allen-funded expedition has finally found the wreckage of the USS Indianapolis, sunk 72 years ago by torpedoes — and has become the stuff of legend for its sailors’ resilience during days in..
Seattle Times


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