USS Juneau: Wreckage of WWII ship found in South Pacific
In this Monday, March 19, 2018, underwater video image courtesy by Paul Allen shows wreckage from the USS Juneau, a U.S. Navy ship sunk by the Japanese torpedoes 76 years ago, found in the South Pacific.
A spokeswoman for Allen confirms wreckage from the USS Juneau was found Saturday off the coast of the Solomon Islands.
Philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has announced that wreckage of the sunken ship on which five brothers died in World War II has been discovered in the South Pacific. A spokeswoman for Allen confirms wreckage from the USS Juneau was found Saturday, March 17, off the coast of the Solomon Islands.
Family photos on display at the Grout Museum in Waterloo, Iowa. The five Sullivan brothers who joined the Navy together after Pearl Harbor, insisted on serving together on the same ship and died together when their cruiser was sunk in the battle of Guadalcanal in 1942.
Family photos on display at the Grout Museum in Waterloo, Iowa.