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R/V Petrel is off the island of Samar.(Taffy3)

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Thanks for posting.

And to all the arm services members of both sides who rest there.

"We have the Watch" Rest in Peace.:Smile_honoring:

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4 minutes ago, Chaos_EN2 said:

Thanks for posting.

And to all the arm services members of both sides who rest there.

"We have the Watch" Rest in Peace.:Smile_honoring:

The 75 anniversary is coming up so them finding them is really nice for all the family's. 

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3 minutes ago, Shigure_DD said:

The 75 anniversary is coming up so them finding them is really nice for all the family's. 

Yes it is.

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2 hours ago, Shigure_DD said:

Looks like they found some of them.

 

Kind of sad they won't clearly identify everyone yet though, some of those wreaks are just far too deep.

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2 hours ago, Neko_Ship_Akashi said:

Kind of sad they won't clearly identify everyone yet though, some of those wreaks are just far too deep.

I mean they could have found "Suzuya was removed from the navy list on 20 December 1944. Though it has yet to be located, the wreck of the Suzuya is believed to lie in some 27,600 feet (8,412 meters) of water, making her one of the deepest shipwrecks on record."

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1 hour ago, Shigure_DD said:

I mean they could have found "Suzuya was removed from the navy list on 20 December 1944. Though it has yet to be located, the wreck of the Suzuya is believed to lie in some 27,600 feet (8,412 meters) of water, making her one of the deepest shipwrecks on record."

That's more speculation, I'm talkin seeing the actual wreak. Some of those ships are extremely deep.

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