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A second world war aircraft carrier wreck the uss hornet has been discovered by a research organisation set up by microsoft’s late paul allen. it was found in late january resting 17,500 feet. The wreck of the aircraft carrier uss hornet has been discovered at the bottom of the pacific, 76 years after it was sunk by the japanese during world war two.. Wreck of long-lost wwii aircraft carrier uss hornet found after 76 years, nearly 17,500 feet under water for 76 years, she lay on the ocean floor, a quiet tomb for 140 sailors who died the day she.
Uss hornet (cv-8), the seventh ship to carry the name hornet, was a yorktown-class aircraft carrier of the united states navy. during world war ii in the pacific theater, she launched the doolittle raid on tokyo and participated in the battle of midway and the buin-faisi-tonolai raid.. The wreckage of the world war ii-era uss hornet that launched long-range bombers against japan during the doolittle raid was found late last month in the south pacific, researchers announced tuesday.. Sadder news today: george mendonsa, the sailor captured in the legendary v-j day in times square photograph, passed away today at the age of 95..
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The wreck of us navy’s world war ii aircraft carrier uss hornet was discovered on the floor of the south pacific ocean around the solomon islands in late january 2019. hornet was found 5,400 meters (nearly 17,500 feet) below the surface, by the expedition crew of paul g. allen’s research vessel (r/v) petrel.. Yesterday, february 12th, 2019, we covered one of the most exciting artifact finds. the late paul allen’s exploration company vulcan inc. used their famed submarine called rv petrel to find uss hornet which sank 77 years ago..