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Still Waters

U.S.S Juneau shipwreck found after 75 years

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During the second World War, the Sullivan brothers were the faces of patriotic sacrifice in the U.S.

All five brothers—George, Frank, Joe, Matt, and Al—died aboard the U.S.S Juneau, after the ship was struck by a Japanese torpedo on November 13, 1942.

Their story, as told on the Navy's historical website, claims they were spurred to action after the attack on Pearl Harbor and would only serve if they could sail together. The brothers were serving on the USS Juneau during the Battle of Guadalcanal, a major Allied strike against Japanese positions in the Solomon Islands.

https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/03/uss-juneau-sullivan-brothers-shipwreck-found-wwii-spd/

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South Alabam

I am glad they have found another vessel.

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seanjo

Again leave it alone, it's a war grave.

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